Course Information
Course title
Blood Coagulation 
Semester
100-1 
Designated for
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE  GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF PHARMACOLOGY  
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Curriculum Number
Phmco8002 
Curriculum Identity Number
443 D1260 
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Full/Half
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Half 
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Elective 
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Remarks
The upper limit of the number of students: 30. 
 
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Course Description

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR PHD GRADUATE STUDENTS WHOSE MAJOR RESEARCH FIELD IS HEMOSTASIS, THROMBOSIS, OR CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY.

THE COURSE INTRODUCES THE MECHANISM OF HEMOSTASIS, INCLUDING BLOOD-CLOTTING FACTORS, PLATELETS, FIBRINOLYTIC SYSTEM, ENDOGENOUS ANTICOAGULANT PROTEINS, MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY AND PHARMACOGENOMICS. TOPICS ALSO INCLUDE THE EFFECTS AND ROLES OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS AND INFLAMMATORY CELLS TO THE COAGULATION SYSTEM.
 

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