Conditions influencing the interaction of asialo von Willebrand factor with human platelets - The effects of external ionized calcium concentration and the role of arachidonate pathway

M. Cattaneo, J. Fraser Mustard, M. T. Canciani, M. Richardson, A. B. Federici, P. Mannuccio Mannucci

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We have studied the interaction of ASvWf with human platelets in PRP and in suspensions of washed platelets containing either physiological or low external ionized calcium concentration [Ca2+](o). In hirudin-PRP or in washed platelets in 1.5-2 mM CaCl2, ASvWf up to 50 μg/ml does not induce platelet aggregation or the release reaction. When [Ca2+](o) is decreased by addition of citrate to hirudin-PRP or when no CaCl2 is added to washed platelet suspensions, ASvWf does induce platelet aggregation and the release reaction. In low [Ca2+](o), ASvWf interacts with platelet GPIb to cause primary aggregation of disc-shaped platelets to each other through GPIIb/IIIa, with or without added fibrinogen. This primary platelet aggregation leads to thromboxane A2 formation and secondary aggregation and the release reaction. With [Ca2+](o) in the physiological range, there is less ASvWf interaction with GPIb, no primary platelet aggregation and no thromboxane A2 formation. The ASvWf-platelet interaction at physiological [Ca2+](o), however, enhances the platelet response to collagen or epinephrine.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)280-288
Number of pages9
JournalThrombosis and Haemostasis
Volume60
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1988

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Blood Platelets
Calcium
Platelet Aggregation
Hirudins
Thromboxane A2
Suspensions
asialo-von Willebrand Factor
Citric Acid
Fibrinogen
Epinephrine
Collagen

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Conditions influencing the interaction of asialo von Willebrand factor with human platelets - The effects of external ionized calcium concentration and the role of arachidonate pathway. / Cattaneo, M.; Fraser Mustard, J.; Canciani, M. T.; Richardson, M.; Federici, A. B.; Mannuccio Mannucci, P.

In: Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Vol. 60, No. 2, 1988, p. 280-288.

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