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EDITORIAL

INSIDE BLOOD COMMENTARIES

INSIDE BLOOD COMMENTARY
INSIDE BLOOD COMMENTARY
INSIDE BLOOD COMMENTARY
INSIDE BLOOD COMMENTARY

PLENARY PAPER

GENE THERAPY

REVIEW SERIES

REVIEW SERIES

REVIEW SERIES

REVIEW SERIES

REVIEW SERIES

CLINICAL TRIALS AND OBSERVATIONS

IMMUNOBIOLOGY

LYMPHOID NEOPLASIA

MYELOID NEOPLASIA

PLATELETS AND THROMBOPOIESIS

RED CELLS, IRON, AND ERYTHROPOIESIS

THROMBOSIS AND HEMOSTASIS

TRANSPLANTATION

BLOOD WORK

CORRESPONDENCE

ERRATA

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    Thrombi induced by FeCl3 application to mouse carotid arteries are rich in platelets, fibrin, RNA, and histidine-rich glycoprotein (HRG). Extracellular RNA is a driver of coagulation via the contact pathway. HRG binds RNA and attenuates its procoagulant activities, an observation confirmed in HRG-deficient mice. The image is a carotid artery section from a wild-type mouse exposed to FeCl3-exhibiting fibrin (green) and a thrombus (magenta), composed of platelets (red) and HRG (blue). See the article by Vu et al on page 2712.

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