PMID: 2248443Jan 1, 1990Paper

Vascular injuries induced by materials released from white mural thrombus and hypercholesterolemia in vivo

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
A Sumiyoshi, Y Asada


Materials released from platelet-rich white mural thrombi into the arterial circulation and dietary hypercholesterolemia could cause endothelial injury and regeneration, and also smooth muscle cell migration and proliferation in vivo in the intima. In addition, a combination of these two factors showed an additive effect on the endothelial injury in vivo. Further experiments are in progress to clarify how high a level of serum cholesterol and/or oxidized LDL may be sufficient for endothelial injury using this in vivo model for the better understanding of detailed pathogenesis of atherosclerosis.


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