By Carl W. Jackson, Julie T. Arnold, Tamara I. Pestina, Paula E. Stenberg (auth.), David J. Kuter MD, DPhil, Pamela Hunt PhD, William Sheridan MD, Dorothea Zucker-Franklin MD (eds.)
David Kuter and a bunch of best overseas researchers summarize in a single quantity the entire wisdom of thrombopoietins (TPO) on hand this day. the prestigious specialists evaluate the heritage of the hunt to find TPO, describe the molecular and organic features of this new molecule, and current the result of the preclinical animal experiments that may advisor medical use of this new hormone. alongside the way in which they supply the newest and finished advisor to the biology of megakaryocytes and platelets.
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