Oxidised low-density lipoproteins induce platelet adhesion, activation and spreading through novel CD36-tyrosine kinase/Rho kinase dependent signalling pathways

      Rationale: Oxidised low-density lipoproteins (oxLDL) may contribute to unregulated platelet activation, although underlying signalling mechanisms are poorly defined. We determined the early signalling events that drive platelet adhesion, activation and spreading.
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