Several antiaggregating agents were tested with regard to their effect on platelet malonylaldehyde (MDA) production which seems to be a good marker of prostaglandin metabolism. Non-steroidal antiinflammatory compounds, namely acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), ditazole and sulfinpyrazone, showed a sure, statistically significant, inhibitory effect on MDA production while theophylline, adenosine and alpha-blocking agent nycergoline did not. Dipyridamole on the contrary, was demonstrated to have a mild but still statistically significant effect on the inhibition of platelet MDA production.

The effect of certain antiplatelet drugs on in vitro malonylaldehyde (MDA) production.

FABRIS, FABRIZIO;CASONATO, SANDRA;GIROLAMI, ANTONIO
1979

Abstract

Several antiaggregating agents were tested with regard to their effect on platelet malonylaldehyde (MDA) production which seems to be a good marker of prostaglandin metabolism. Non-steroidal antiinflammatory compounds, namely acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), ditazole and sulfinpyrazone, showed a sure, statistically significant, inhibitory effect on MDA production while theophylline, adenosine and alpha-blocking agent nycergoline did not. Dipyridamole on the contrary, was demonstrated to have a mild but still statistically significant effect on the inhibition of platelet MDA production.
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