*  Heme Oxygenase 1 Determines Atherosclerotic Lesion Progression Into a Vulnerable Plaque | Circulation
P,0.05 vs control; #P,0.05 vs stable lesion; n=5. B, Immunohistological analysis of HO-1 in carotid atherosclerotic plaques in ... Heme Oxygenase 1 Determines Atherosclerotic Lesion Progression Into a Vulnerable Plaque. Caroline Cheng, Annemarie M. ... The present data on human CEA atherosclerotic plaques and on murine vulnerable lesions suggest that HO-1 expression is strongly ... The function of HO-1 in the progression of early atherosclerotic lesions into advanced vulnerable plaques was therefore ...
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*  Do Glucose and Lipids Exert Independent Effects on Atherosclerotic Lesion Initiation or Progression to Advanced Plaques? |...
Do Glucose and Lipids Exert Independent Effects on Atherosclerotic Lesion Initiation or Progression to Advanced Plaques?. Jenny ... Do Glucose and Lipids Exert Independent Effects on Atherosclerotic Lesion Initiation or Progression to Advanced Plaques?. The ... Do Glucose and Lipids Exert Independent Effects on Atherosclerotic Lesion Initiation or Progression to Advanced Plaques? ... Do Glucose and Lipids Exert Independent Effects on Atherosclerotic Lesion Initiation or Progression to Advanced Plaques? ...
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*  Serine Protease Inhibitor Serp-1 Strongly Impairs Atherosclerotic Lesion Formation and Induces a Stable Plaque Phenotype in...
In this study, we have thus examined the effect of Serp-1 on de novo atherosclerotic plaque formation and on advanced lesions. ... Plaque Morphology. De Novo Atherogenesis A detailed analysis of the plaque morphology revealed striking differences in lesion ... Serine Protease Inhibitor Serp-1 Strongly Impairs Atherosclerotic Lesion Formation and Induces a Stable Plaque Phenotype in ... Serine Protease Inhibitor Serp-1 Strongly Impairs Atherosclerotic Lesion Formation and Induces a Stable Plaque Phenotype in ...
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*  Macrophage deficiency of |tex|$p38\alpha$|/tex| MAPK promotes apoptosis and plaque necrosis in advanced atherosclerotic lesions...
MAPK promotes apoptosis and plaque necrosis in advanced atherosclerotic lesions in mice ... in macrophage-rich areas of advanced atherosclerotic lesions and contributes to macrophage apoptosis and subsequent plaque ... inhibition or genetic ablation of p38 suppressed activation of Akt in cultured macrophages and in atherosclerotic lesions. In ... The macrophage p38αdeficient lesions also exhibited a significant reduction in collagen content and a marked thinning of the ...
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Functionalization of gadolinium metallofullerenes for detecting atherosclerotic plaque lesions by cardiovascular magnetic ...
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... lesion probe based on hydrophobically modified chitosan nanoparticles functionalized by the atherosclerotic plaque targeted ... A new atherosclerotic lesion probe based on hydrophobically modified chitosan nanoparticles functionalized by the ... hydrophobically modified glycol chitosan; nanoparticle; atherosclerotic plaque-homing peptide; atherosclerosis; NIR optical ... atherosclerotic plaque targeted peptides. Authors. 박경순; 홍해연; 문현정; 이병헌; 김인산; 권익찬; Kyehan Rhee. Keywords. ...
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*  E-Selectin Inhibition Mitigates Splenic HSC Activation and Myelopoiesis in Hypercholesterolemic Mice With Myocardial...
Mitigated Inflammation in Atherosclerotic Lesions and Enhanced Stable Plaque Phenotype After E-Selectin Inhibition. ... Emigration of monocyte-derived cells from atherosclerotic lesions characterizes regressive, but not progressive, plaques. Proc ... The treatment reduced atherosclerotic plaque size and necrotic core area, whereas plaque fibrous caps were thicker. ... Finally, we observed stable atherosclerotic plaque features, including smaller plaque size, reduced necrotic core area, and ...
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*  AtheroNova Receives Notice of Allowance for Its US Patent Application ... ( IRVINE Calif. July 9 2012 /- Ath...)
... over five years of effort in pursuit of a patent covering the use of hyodeoxycholic acid for atherosclerotic plaque lesions. ... Atherosclerotic plaque is the primary underlying cause of heart disease and stroke in industrialized countries. AHRO-001 uses ... The Company's focus on compounds to reduce atherosclerotic plaque deposits addresses the most lucrative segments of the multi- ... OTCBB: AHRO), a biotech company focused on the research and development of compounds to regress atherosclerotic plaque, ...
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*  n-3 Fatty Acids, Ventricular Arrhythmia-Related Events, and Fatal Myocardial Infarction in Postmyocardial Infarction Patients...
Diabetes alters smooth muscle function through atherosclerotic lesion formation, plaque instability, and cardiovascular events ...
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*  High Levels of (Un)Switched Memory B Cells Are Associated With Better Outcome in Patients With Advanced Atherosclerotic Disease...
Thrombosis formation on atherosclerotic lesions and plaque rupture. J Intern Med. 2014;276:618-632. ... Athero‐express: differential atherosclerotic plaque expression of mRNA and protein in relation to cardiovascular events and ... Pneumococcal vaccination decreases atherosclerotic lesion formation: molecular mimicry between streptococcus pneumoniae and ... was shown to attenuate atherosclerotic lesion formation in mice40 and, according to a recent meta‐analysis, also prevents CVD ...
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*  Atherosclerotic Carotid Vulnerable Plaque and Subsequent Stroke: A High-Resolution MRI Study
Vulnerable Plaques: MRI-Based Atherosclerotic Lesion Type Classification. A total of 100 subjects were included by using the ... Carotid atherosclerotic plaque: noninvasive MR characterization and identification of vulnerable lesions. Radiology. 2001;221: ... Atherosclerotic Carotid Vulnerable Plaque and Subsequent Stroke: A High-Resolution MRI Study. Tianli Gao,a,b Zhuo Zhang,b Wei ... Hemorrhage in the atherosclerotic carotid plaque: a high-resolution MRI study. Stroke. 2004;35:1079-1084. [PubMed] ...
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*  Vascular: Renal Arteries Imaging Pearls - Learning Modules | CT Scanning | CT Imaging | CT Scan Protocols - CTisus
Characterization of plaque - atherosclerotic lesions often calcified. • Delineation of any secondary findings ... atherosclerotic lesions usually arise in the proximal 2 cm or proximal 1/3 of the artery. • Grade stenosis. • ... Atherosclerotic renovascular disease correlates with overall atherosclerotic burden, and the prevalence of this condition is ... Atherosclerotic lesions were much less common, identified in 2%.". Computed Tomography Angiography of the Renal and Mesenteric ...
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*  Göran K Hansson | Profile page | Karolinska Institutet
Short-term delivery of anti-PlGF antibody delays progression of atherosclerotic plaques to vulnerable lesions. Roncal C, ... Expression of toll-like receptors in human atherosclerotic lesions - A possible pathway for plaque activation. Edfeldt K, ... Expression of 5-lipoxygenase and leukotriene A(4) hydrolase in human atherosclerotic lesions correlates with symptoms of plaque ... Invariant NKT cells present in human atherosclerotic lesions. Agardh He, Eriksson P, Tupin E, Kazi M, Hedin U, Olsson A, et al ...
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T-cadherin was essential for accumulation of adiponectin in the neointima and atherosclerotic plaque lesions, and the ...
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ACAT Inhibition Reduces the Progression of Preexisting, Advanced Atherosclerotic Mouse Lesions Without Plaque or Systemic ...
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2013) ACAT inhibition reduces the progression of preexisting, advanced atherosclerotic mouse lesions without plaque or systemic ... 2000) Quantification of cholesteryl esters in human and rabbit atherosclerotic plaques by magic-angle spinning (13)C-NMR. ... 2004) Effects of the acyl coenzyme A:cholesterol acyltransferase inhibitor avasimibe on human atherosclerotic lesions. ... Although the major focus on EC accumulation in disease centers on its involvement in arterial plaque formation (Peng et al., ...
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*  Adiponectin Specifically Increased Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinase-1 Through Interleukin-10 Expression in Human...
Most coronary artery thrombi are triggered by the rupture of atherosclerotic plaque lesions, which are controlled by the ... It is generally accepted that MMPs and TIMPs play a crucial role in arteriosclerosis and plaque disruptions.1 The balance ... has antiinflammatory properties and that adiponectin might regulate inflammatory responses at atherosclerotic lesions, in which ... Human monocyte-derived macrophages induce collagen breakdown in atherosclerotic fibrous caps: potential role of matrix ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... we here describe a plaque culture model to study human atherosclerotic lesion biology ex vivo. In short, fresh plaques are ... A Human Ex Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaque Model to Study Lesion Biology. Authors: Christian Erbel, Deniz Okuyucu, Mohammadreza ... There are various methods to study the inflammatory compound in atherosclerotic lesions. Mouse models are an important tool to ... After incubation, the plaque pieces can be shock frozen for mRNA isolation, embedded in Paraffin or OCT for ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... we here describe a plaque culture model to study human atherosclerotic lesion biology ex vivo. In short, fresh plaques are ... A Human Ex Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaque Model to Study Lesion Biology. Authors: Christian Erbel, Deniz Okuyucu, Mohammadreza ... There are various methods to study the inflammatory compound in atherosclerotic lesions. Mouse models are an important tool to ... Here we demonstrate how to perform a basic plaque assay, and how differing overlays and techniques can affect plaque formation ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... we here describe a plaque culture model to study human atherosclerotic lesion biology ex vivo. In short, fresh plaques are ... A Human Ex Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaque Model to Study Lesion Biology. Authors: Christian Erbel, Deniz Okuyucu, Mohammadreza ... blue plaques indicate a mutant LacI gene, while clear plaques harbor wild-type. The frequency of blue (among clear) plaques ... There are various methods to study the inflammatory compound in atherosclerotic lesions. Mouse models are an important tool to ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... we here describe a plaque culture model to study human atherosclerotic lesion biology ex vivo. In short, fresh plaques are ... A Human Ex Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaque Model to Study Lesion Biology. Authors: Christian Erbel, Deniz Okuyucu, Mohammadreza ... Neointimal lesions were induced by wire-insertion or ligation of the mouse femoral artery whilst atherosclerotic lesions were ... quantification of plaque volume and metabolic activity allowing for multi-modal atherosclerotic plaque quantification; 3) ...
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*  JoVE | Peer Reviewed Scientific Video Journal - Methods and Protocols
... we here describe a plaque culture model to study human atherosclerotic lesion biology ex vivo. In short, fresh plaques are ... A Human Ex Vivo Atherosclerotic Plaque Model to Study Lesion Biology. Authors: Christian Erbel, Deniz Okuyucu, Mohammadreza ... Human atherosclerotic plaques were digested with collagenase 1, and free cells were collected and stained for CD14+/CD11c+ to ... In those regions of high shear stress and high laminar flow within the cuff, typically no atherosclerotic plaques are observed ...
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*  Placental growth factor - Wikipedia
Placental growth factor-expression within human atherosclerotic lesions is associated with plaque inflammation and neovascular ... "Placental growth factor promotes atherosclerotic intimal thickening and macrophage accumulation". Circulation. 111 (21): 2828- ...
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*  Atherosclerosis - Wikipedia
Atherosclerotic lesions, or atherosclerotic plaques, are separated into two broad categories: Stable and unstable (also called ... The pathobiology of atherosclerotic lesions is very complicated, but generally, stable atherosclerotic plaques, which tend to ... Plaques that have ruptured are called complicated plaques. The extracellular matrix of the lesion breaks, usually at the ... chronically expanding atherosclerotic lesions can cause complete closure of the lumen. Chronically expanding lesions are often ...
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