Glycoprotein platelet inhibitors
What are Glycoprotein platelet inhibitors?
Glycoprotein platelet inhibitors prevent platelet adhesion by binding to the glycoprotein IIb/IIIa receptors on the plasma membrane of platelets. They stop the actual substrates of the glycoprotein receptors from binding to the receptor, so inhibit platelets from sticking together to form a thrombus, which can lead to stroke, myocardial infarction or deep vein thrombosis.
List of Glycoprotein platelet inhibitors:
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Generic name: abciximab
Generic name: eptifibatide
Generic name: tirofiban
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Medical conditions associated with glycoprotein platelet inhibitors:
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