What is platelet adhesion?
Platelets, often referred to as the third type of blood cells, are not true cells at all. They are formed from the fragmented pieces of cytoplasm released when a megakaryocyte bone marrow cell ruptures. This means that the platelets formed do not have cell nuclei and never possessed them.
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Platelet adhesion is the process by which platelets attach to the collagen fibers around and on the surface of a breach in the wall of a blood vessel....
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Understand what platelets are. Learn what platelets do and where they come from. Discover what platelets are made of and know the normal range of platelets.