In the News


Peer-reviewed Publications:

1.   A prospective, blinded study of a PF4-dependent assay for HIT diagnosis. Samuelson Bannow B et al. Blood 2020, In Press

2.   Use of intravenous immunoglobulin G to treat spontaneous heparin‐induced thrombocytopenia. Irani, M., Siegal, E., Jella, A., Aster, R., & Padmanabhan, A. (2019). Transfusion, 59(3), 931-934.

3.  Intravenous immunoglobulin as an adjunct therapy in persisting heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. Park, B. D., Kumar, M., Nagalla, S., De Simone, N., Aster, R. H., Padmanabhan, A., ... & Rambally, S. (2018). Transfusion and Apheresis Science, 57(4), 561-565.

4.  Serotonin release assay (SRA)-negative HIT, a newly recognized entity: Implications for diagnosis and management. Pandya, K. A., Johnson, E. G., Davis, G. A., & Padmanabhan, A. (2018). Thrombosis research, 172, 169-171.

5.  Normal plasma IgG inhibits HIT antibody-mediated platelet activation: implications for therapeutic plasma exchange. Jones CG, Pechauer SM, Curtis BR, Bougie DW, Aster RH and Padmanabhan A. Blood. 2018 Feb 8; 131(6):703-706.

6.  Disease burden, complication rates, and health-care costs of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in the USA: a population-based study. Dhakal, B., Kreuziger, L. B., Rein, L., Kleman, A., Fraser, R., Aster, R. H., ... & Padmanabhan, A. (2018). The Lancet Haematology, 5(5), e220-e231.

7.  A PF4-dependent platelet activation assay (PEA) facilitates early detection of pathogenic HIT antibodies. Jones CG, Pechauer SM, Curtis BR, Bougie DW, Irani MS, Dhakal B, Pierce B, Aster RH and Padmanabhan A. Chest. Oct 2017; 152(4):e77-e80.

8.  Intravenous immunoglobulin for treatment of severe refractory heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. Padmanabhan A et al. Chest. Sep 2017 Volume 152, Issue 3, Pages 478–485. Chest Podcast, Sep 2017. Transfusion News (2017). ASH Newsletter, the Hematologist (2017)

9.   A novel PF4-dependent platelet activation assay identifies patients likely to have heparin-induced thrombocytopenia/thrombosis (HIT). Padmanabhan A et al. Chest. 2016 Sep; 150(3):506-15.

10.  A PF4-dependent CD62p expression assay selectively detects serotonin-releasing antibodies in patients suspected of HIT. Padmanabhan A et al. Thrombosis & Haemostasis, 2015 Nov 25;114(6):1322-3

11.  Heparin-independent binding of HIT antibodies to platelets: Implications for HIT pathogenesis. Padmanabhan A et al. Blood 2015 Jan 1;125(1):155-61.

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