Tag : inflammation

Antithrombotic and antiplatelet activity of an organometallic rhodium(I) complex incorporating a substituted thieno‐[2,3‐d]‐pyrimidine ligand: Synthesis, structural characterization, and molecular docking calculations

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The synthesis and spectroscopic characterization of the rhodium(I) complex 1 incorporating a substituted thienopyrimidine ligand (tpc) was reported. The solid‐state structures of tpc and 1 were determined, for the first time, by single‐crystal X‐ray diffraction. The biological evaluation of the new compounds (tpc and 1) towards the PAF‐induced aggregation in both WRPs and human platelets (hPRPs) showed that complex 1 proved to be a very potent antiplatelet and antithrombotic agent, showing better efficiency than that of the free ligand.

Platelet activation and prothrombotic mediators at the nexus of inflammation and atherosclerosis: Potential role of antiplatelet agents

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Antiplatelet therapies are discussed with a view to primary prevention of CVD by the clinical reduction of platelet reactivity and inflammation. Current antiplatelet therapies are effective in reducing cardiovascular risk but increase bleeding risk. Novel therapeutic antiplatelet approaches beyond current pharmacological modalities that do not increase the risk of bleeding require further investigation. There is potential for specifically designed nutraceuticals that may become safer alternatives to pharmacological antiplatelet agents for the primary prevention of CVD but there is serious concern over their efficacy and regulation, which requires considerably more research.

We watched Sacred Cow and here is what we think

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Turning people to vegans, there is a loss: their diet suffers from lack of essential amino acids and lipid-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K).

This is the reason that we need to stop the nonsense of “light” (reduced fat) foods and focus to the high nutritional value of full fat meat, dairy, fish. The animal fats (lipids) are healthy. Nations who eat red meat and full fat foods have lower levels of obesity and CVD (CardioVascular Diseases) and other NCD (Non-Communicable Diseases) to nations (e.g. US) who eat “light” processed foods.