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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
single-chain urokinase-type plasminogen activator
(136 times)
Vascular Diseases
(47 times)
tPA (32 times)
rt-PA (12 times)
tcu-PA (9 times)
1986 Coronary thrombolysis with recombinant single-chain urokinase-type plasminogen activator in patients with acute myocardial infarction.
single-chain u-PA
(23 times)
Vascular Diseases
(11 times)
uPA (17 times)
tPA (8 times)
tcu-PA (6 times)
1987 Molecular mechanisms of fibrinolysis and their application to fibrin-specific thrombolytic therapy.
single-chain precursor
(3 times)
Vascular Diseases
(3 times)
tcu-PA (2 times)
FSAP (1 time)
IAA (1 time)
1986 Differential detection of single-chain and two-chain urokinase-type plasminogen activator by a new immunoadsorbent-amidolytic assay (IAA).
single-chain urokinase-type PA
(3 times)
Pharmacology
(1 time)
PA (2 times)
tPA (2 times)
DIP (1 time)
1992 Reversible interactions between plasminogen activators and plasminogen activator inhibitor-1.
single-chain, proenzyme form of u-PA
(1 time)
Physiology
(1 time)
PLC (1 time)
tcu-PA (1 time)
uPA (1 time)
1993 Two-chain urokinase, receptor, and type 1 inhibitor in cultured human mesangial cells.
study the fibrin affinity or fibrinolytic effect of pro-UK
(1 time)
Hematology
(1 time)
pro-UK (1 time)
1987 Inactivation of single-chain urokinase (pro-urokinase) by thrombin and thrombin-like enzymes: relevance of the findings to the interpretation of fibrin-binding experiments.
suggesting that the intrinsic activity of pro-UK
(1 time)
Hematology
(1 time)
pro-UK (1 time)
1986 Pro-urokinase: a study of its stability in plasma and of a mechanism for its selective fibrinolytic effect.