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Coagulation Biology Laboratory

       What We Do

The Coagulation Biology Laboratory, headed by Charles T. Esmon, Ph.D., investigates the fundamental mechanisms involved in blood coagulation, including complex biological processes such as inflammation, cancer and cardiovascular disease.

       Our Scientists

       Our Publications

2014

Esmon C. Targeting factor Xa and thrombin: impact on coagulation and beyond. Thromb Haemost 111:625-633, 2014. [Abstract]

Mohan Rao LV, Esmon CT, Pendurthi UR. Endothelial cell protein C receptor: a multi-liganded and multi-functional receptor. Blood 124:1553-1562, 2014. [Abstract]

Schouten M, de Boer JD, Kager LM, Roelofs JJ, Meijers JC, Esmon CT, Levi M, Van't Veer C, van der Poll T. The endothelial protein C receptor impairs the antibacterial response in murine pneumococcal pneumonia and sepsis. Thromb Haemost 111:970-980, 2014. [Abstract]

Semeraro F, Ammollo CT, Esmon NL, Esmon CT. Histones induce phosphatidylserine exposure and a procoagulant phenotype in human red blood cells. J Thromb Haemost 2014. [Abstract] EPub

Senchenkova EY, Russell J, Esmon CT, Granger DN. Roles of coagulation and fibrinolysis in angiotensin II enhanced microvascular thrombosis. Microcirculation 21:401-407, 2014. [Abstract]

Sundaram J, Keshava S, Gopalakrishnan R, Esmon CT, Pendurthi UR, Rao LV. Factor VIIa binding to endothelial cell protein C receptor protects vascular barrier integrity in vivo. J Thromb Haemost 12:690-700, 2014. [Abstract]

Tamayo I, Velasco SE, Puy C, Esmon CT, Dichiara MG, Montes R, Hermida J. sPLA2-V impairs EPCR-dependent protein C activation and accelerates thrombosis in vivo. J Thromb Haemost 2014. [Abstract] EPub

 

       Contact Us

Coagulation Biology Laboratory, MS 51
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
825 N.E. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: (405) 271-6474
Fax: (405) 271-2870
E-mail: Charles-Esmon@omrf.org