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  • Effects of astaxanthin on blood coagulation, fibrinolysis and platelet aggregation in hyperlipidemic rats.
  • Deng ZY1,2, Shan WG1, Wang SF1, Hu MM1, Chen Y1.
  • Pharmaceutical biology.Pharm Biol.2017 Dec;55(1):663-672.
  • PMID 27951728
  • Flavonolignans inhibit the arachidonic acid pathway in blood platelets.
  • Bijak M1, Saluk-Bijak J2.
  • BMC complementary and alternative medicine.BMC Complement Altern Med.2017 Aug 10;17(1):396. doi: 10.1186/s12906-017-1897-7.
  • PMID 28797264
  • A cluster of immunoresolvents links coagulation to innate host defense in human blood.
  • Norris PC1, Libreros S1, Chiang N1, Serhan CN2.
  • Science signaling.Sci Signal.2017 Aug 1;10(490). pii: eaan1471. doi: 10.1126/scisignal.aan1471.
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  • 炎症・アレルギーと脂質代謝物
  • 浜崎 雄平
  • 日本小児アレルギー学会誌 24(1), 1-7, 2010
  • 生体膜を構成する脂肪酸から一連の酵素反応により合成,放出される活性代謝産物(プロスタグランディン,トロンボキサン,ロイコトリエン等)は炎症,アレルギー,腫瘍形成などの病態発現に深く関与している.これらの物質の活性を調節する機序のひとつとして,合成酵素の誘導現象が関与していることが近年の研究により明かとなった.
  • NAID 130004852169
  • The roles of prostanoids in inflammation, allergy, and immunity
  • Matsuoka Toshiyuki,Narumiya Shuh
  • Inflammation and Regeneration 28(5), 423-433, 2008
  • … Prostanoids, consisting of the prostaglandins (PGs) and the thromboxanes (TXs), are a group of lipid mediators formed in response to various stimuli. …
  • NAID 130004482216
  • Physiology and pathophysiology of prostanoid receptors
  • Narumiya Shuh
  • Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series B 83(9/10), 296-319, 2007
  • … Prostanoids, consisting of prostaglandins (PGs) and thromboxanes (TXs), are oxygenated products of C<SUB>20</SUB> …
  • NAID 130000093887


throm·box·ane / θrɒmˈbɒk seɪn / Show Spelled [throm-bok-seyn] Show IPA noun Biochemistry. a compound, C 20 H 32 O 5, formed in blood platelets, that constricts blood vessels and promotes clotting. Origin: 1935–40; thromb-+ ox ...
throm·box·anes (throm-boks'ānz), A group of compounds, included in the eicosanoids, formally based on thromboxane, but with the terminal COOH group present; biochemically related to the prostaglandins and formed from them ...