Glycoproteins of the Platelet Plasma Membrane

  • Kenneth J. Clemetson


The glycoproteins of the platelet plasma membrane, in common with those of the plasma membranes of other cells, have an important role in the interaction of platelets with their environment and in particular in the platelet’s function of hemostasis.


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  • Kenneth J. Clemetson
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  1. 1.Theodor Kocher InstituteUniversity of BerneBerne 9Switzerland

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