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A Mutation of the Active Protein S Gene Leading to an EGF1-Lacking Protein in a Family With Qualitative (Type II) Deficiency
Blood (1998) 91 (12): 4608–4615.
The Ser 460 to Pro substitution of the protein S alpha (PROS1) gene is a frequent mutation associated with free protein S (type IIa) deficiency
J Duchemin, S Gandrille, D Borgel, P Feurgard, M Alhenc-Gelas, C Matheron, M Dreyfus, E Dupuy, I Juhan-Vague, M Aiach
Blood (1995) 86 (9): 3436–3443.
Identification of mutations in 90 of 121 consecutive symptomatic French patients with a type I protein C deficiency. The French INSERM Network on Molecular Abnormalities Responsible for Protein C and Protein S deficiencies
Blood (1995) 86 (7): 2598–2605.
Incidence of activated protein C resistance caused by the ARG 506 GLN mutation in factor V in 113 unrelated symptomatic protein C-deficient patients. The French Network on the behalf of INSERM
Blood (1995) 86 (1): 219–224.
First de novo mutations in the protein C gene of two patients with type I deficiency: a missense mutation and a splice site deletion
Blood (1994) 84 (8): 2566–2570.
An autoantibody directed against human thrombin anion-binding exosite in a patient with arterial thrombosis: effects on platelets, endothelial cells, and protein C activation
Blood (1994) 84 (6): 1843–1850.
Five novel mutations located in exons III and IX of the protein C gene in patients presenting with defective protein C anticoagulant activity
Blood (1993) 82 (1): 159–168.
Blood (1991) 78 (9): 2305–2309.