Tag: Potential clinical uses of thrombopoietin

Thrombopoietin: Physiology, Pharmacology, Receptor, Clinical uses, Side effects

Thrombopoietin: Physiology, Pharmacology, Receptor, Clinical uses, Side effects

Thrombopoietin: Physiology, Pharmacology, Receptor, Clinical uses, Side effects Physiology The primary site of thrombopoietin production is the liver. Lesser amounts are seen in the kidneys, brain and testes. Thrombopoietin is synthesized and immediately released as and when required like erythropoiesis. Following a fall in the platelet count thrombopoietin levels rises half maximally by 8 hours […]

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