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Fibrin monomer and fibrinopeptide B act additively to increase DNA synthesis in smooth muscle cells cultured from human saphenous vein (2001)
Journal Article
Sturge, J., Carey, N., Davies, A. H., & Powell, J. T. (2001). Fibrin monomer and fibrinopeptide B act additively to increase DNA synthesis in smooth muscle cells cultured from human saphenous vein. Journal of vascular surgery, 33(4), 847-853. https://doi.org/10.1067/mva.2001.111984

Purpose: We investigated the hypothesis that fibrinogen increased DNA synthesis (and cell proliferation) of smooth muscle cells (SMCs) cultured from human saphenous vein and that the increased DNA synthesis was attenuated when cells were cultured on... Read More