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Gemma Arderiu is a researcher at the Cardiovascular Research Center, created by association of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Catalan Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences (ICCC), through researcher FIS project.
Graduated in Pharmacy for the Universitat de Barcelona (1996), she obtained the Master, and the PhD. degree in Pharmacy for the same University (Medicine Dept.) (2002).
She was a pre-doctoral fellow for the Generalitat de Catalunya in the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona and at Theodor Kocher Institute of Bern, Switzerland. The subject f his doctoral thesis was signal transduction on platelets.
She had a postdoctoral fellowship from ?Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia?, to work in angiogenesis at the University of California, San Francisco (2003-2006).
She also had a postdoctoral fellow, Beatriu de Pinós, from Generalitat de Catalunya, to work at Hospital Clinic in Barcelona (2006-2007).
CD142+/CD61+, CD146+ and CD45+ microparticles predict cardiovascular events in high risk patients following a Mediterranean diet supplemented with nuts.
CD3+/CD45+ and SMA-α+ circulating microparticles are increased in individuals at high cardiovascular risk who will develop a major cardiovascular event.
Angiogenic microvascular endothelial cells release microparticles rich in tissue factor that promotes postischemic collateral vessel formation
PAR2-SMAD3 in microvascular endothelial cells is indispensable for vascular stability via tissue factor signaling
Protein disulphide-isomerase A2 regulated intracellular tissue factor mobilisation in migrating human vascular smooth muscle cells.