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Read the January JTH Editors' Picks

Tuesday, January 17, 2017   (0 Comments)
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The Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Frits Rosendaal and Pieter Reitsma, have highlighted the following articles in the January issue of JTH. View all past Editors' Picks.

 

From the editors: We would like to put four articles from the January issue in the spotlight, two reviews and two “In Focus” papers. The first review contains a critical appraisal of the efficacy and safety of inferior vena cava filters in the prevention of pulmonary emboli. The second review discusses in great mechanistic and clinical detail, the role of von Willebrand factor in angiogenesis. As usual the “In Focus” articles are accompanied by commentaries that provide additional perspective on the importance of the findings. The first article/commentary present further preclinical evidence for the effectiveness of targeting factor VIII expression using gene therapy tools, to platelets. The second article/commentary thoroughly explore the effects of plasminogen receptor deficiency on macrophage recruitment in vivo.

Review Articles:

Inferior Vena Cava Filters - L. Duffett and M. Carrier

Von Willebrand factor and angiogenesis: basic and applied issues - LA. M. Randi and M. A. Laffan

Coagulation:

Commentary
 
Platelets are a safe way to deliver factor VIII. After 13 years of preclinical research it is now time for a clinical trial - E. Tuddenham

In Focus 
Targeting factor VIII expression to platelets for hemophilia A gene therapy does not induce an apparent thrombotic risk in mice - C. K. Baumgartner, J. G. Mattson, H. Weiler, Q. Shi and R. R. Montgomery

Fibrinolysis:

Commentary
 
Plasminogen-receptor KT: Plasminogen activation and beyond - M. J. Flick and T. H. Bugge

In Focus 
Deficiency of Plasminogen Receptor, Plg-RKT, Causes Defects in Plasminogen Binding and Inflammatory Macrophage Recruitment in vivo - L. A. Miles, N. Baik, S. Lighvani, S. Khaldoyanidi, N. M. Varki, H. Bai, B.M. Mueller and R. J. Parmer

 


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