Open Access Mini Review Article ID: AMGM-4-108

    Tumor-stroma cross talk and platelets: Curse of cancers

    Ashok Vikey*

    Platelets are essential part of our vascular system, named as thrombocytes and their main role is to stop bleeding; by clumping and aggregating at damaged vascular location. Embryonically the platelets originate in bone marrow from megakaryocytes. These are smallest structures among blood cells, with average dimensions less than 4 microns in size, biconvex or straight ends and normally are colorless without nucleus [1]. 


    Published on: Oct 6, 2020 Pages: 18-19

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/amgm.000008
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