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INDIVIDUAL RESEARCHER

John E. Kaplan , Ph.D.
Professor
e-mail: kaplanj@mail.amc.edu


Education

1976 - Ph.D. from Albany Medical College



References

  1. Penc, S., Blumenstock, F.A., Kaplan, J.E.: A 70 kD amino terminal fibronectin fragment supports gelatin binding to macrophages and decrease gelatinase activity. J Leukocyte, 64:351-357, 1998.


  2. Patil, S., Kaplan, J.E., Minnear, F.L.: Protein, not adenosine or adenine nucleotides, mediates platelet decrease in endothelial permeability. Am J Physiol 273:H2304-H2311, 1997.


  3. Penc, S.F., Blumenstock, F.A. and Kaplan, J.E.: A role for a 70 kD amino-terminal fibronectin fragment in soluble gelatin binding by rat peritoneal macrophages. Journal of Leukocyte Biology , 58:501-509, 1995.


  4. Moon, D.G., Matayoshi, B.M., Weston, L.K., Minnear, F.L. and Kaplan, J.E.: Fibronectin inhibition of platelet thrombus formation in an in vivo porcine model of vascular injury. Thrombosis Research 76:343-351, 1994.


  5. Blystone, S.D. and Kaplan, J.E.: Fibronectin in macrophage fibrin binding. A potential mechanism for high affinity, high capacity clearance of circulating fibrin. Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis, 4:769-781, 1993.