College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology
T. Kent Gartner
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Kent Gartner
Ph.D. University of California at Davis
Phone: (901) 678-2977

Room 403 Life Sciences Building
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  • In vitro platelet signal transduction investigations related to hemostasis and thrombosis using knock out mice as model systems
  • In vivo evaluation of the physiological significance of signal transduction pathway information obtained from invitro studies
  • Evalution of ligand receptor and signal transduction requirements for stable thrombus formation in vivo in arteries and veins
  • Characterization of outside-in signaling mediated by the individual subunits of the major platelet integrin alphallb/beta3
  • Development of a model system for the reproducubile induction of venous thromboembolism (VTE) under quasi physiological conditions for the subsequent evaluation of ligand receptor and signal transduction requirements for VTE.
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