Autocoids (Histamine and Serotonin)
Mechanism of action of aspirin in MI is (LQ)
|A||Inhibition of thromboxane synthesis|
|B||Inhibition of cyclooxygenase|
|C||Decreased serum lipids|
See the difference from the above question. Here in the question, it is written thromboxane synthesis and not synthetase.
Aspirin inhibits TX synthesis via inhibiting cox and thus this is more specific explanation of its antiplatelet action.