release reaction

release reaction

a reaction which occurs when platelets react with exposed collagen fibers due to injury of a blood vessel; the release reaction causes the release of constituents from the platelets, including histamine, fibrinogen, serotonin, adenine nucleotides and other substances.
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9,10) However, few studies have examined the integrity of other cellular functions of PLT preparations, such as secretory capacity and the granule release reaction.
This was demonstrated by the reduced release reaction in PLTs in PC compared with those in WB or PRP.
These receptors become translocated to the platelet plasma membrane after activation and release reaction.
CD63 or lysosomal membrane-associated glycoprotein-3 (LAMP-3) is a 53 kDa lysosomal membrane protein that appears on the surface of the activated platelets after release reaction.
Ca2+ mobilization shape changes, release reaction, production of thromboxane A2 (TXA2), aIIbb3 activation and platelet aggregation by attachment with P2Y receptor.
Platelet activation releases serotonin from dense granules that amplify release reaction and platelet aggregation.