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Induced Mutant Mouse Models Of Lipoprotein Disorders And Atherosclerosis
Presentation by Jan L. Breslow, M.D., Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics and Metabolism, The Rockefeller University, New York, NY., at AAAS symposium on (1998-02-14)
Beneficial or not beneficial: that is the question for IL-1 inhibition in atherosclerosis
Atherosclerosis is one of the major causes of heart attack and stroke. (2011-12-27)
Our genes have made us susceptible to atherosclerosis, while our environment determines its speed and severity
In the editorial introducing this month's edition of Global Heart, the authors ask: 'Why do humans develop atherosclerosis? (2014-07-30)
Social stress leads to atherosclerosis
Studies on genetically engineered mice show that social stress activates the immune system and accelerates the development of atherosclerosis. (2010-12-06)
Atherosclerotic disease heredity mapped in nationwide study
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have mapped the significance of heredity for common forms of atherosclerotic disease. (2013-05-20)
A role for mutated blood cells in heart disease?
A new study provides some of the first links between relatively common mutations in the blood cells of elderly humans and atherosclerosis. (2017-01-19)
A new player in human atherosclerosis
Studies in rodents had suggested that endothelial lipase might play a role in the development of atherosclerosis. (2005-12-19)
Fish Oil May Offer Better Protection Than Olive Oil Against Heart Disease
Omega 3 fatty acids, the kind found in fish oil, may offer better protection against atherosclerosis than monounsaturated fats, the kind found in olive oil, according to research at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. (1997-11-12)
Researchers discover how vascular disease activates autoimmune disorders
The hardening of the arteries, called atherosclerosis, that can lead to heart attack. has also been linked to autoimmune disorders. (2014-01-09)
Mummies study reveals that hardening of the arteries may have been a global problem in the ancient world
A study of 137 mummies from four different geographical regions, spanning 4000 years of human history, has revealed that atherosclerosis, or hardening and narrowing of the arteries -- the disease that causes heart attacks and strokes -- may have been much more common among ancient peoples than previously thought. (2013-03-10)
Texas Biomed scientist awarded NIH grant to study early onset atherosclerosis
A scientist was recently awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study and identify molecular mechanisms underlying early atherosclerosis. (2016-10-25)
Could a combined dietary supplement help ward off heart disease?
Combining marine fish oil, cocoa extract and phytosterols into a dietary supplement could offer new hope in the fight against heart disease, a new study suggests. (2016-04-25)
Dendritic cell subtype protects against atherosclerosis
Atherosclerosis, commonly referred to as (2011-11-10)
Two-way link between heart disease and autoimmunity
Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus are associated with an increased risk of atherosclerosis and heart disease, which is the leading cause of death in the developed world. (2004-04-19)
UCLA study challenges long-held hypothesis that iron promotes atherosclerosis
A UCLA research team has found no evidence of an association between iron levels in the body and the risk of atherosclerosis. (2013-12-17)
New potential atherosclerosis risk marker discovered
How your carotid artery moves can reveal your risk of a future heart attack, and it is now possible to study this vessel aspect in more detail thanks to a new technique which could eventually be used to identify patients with suspected coronary artery disease, reveals a thesis from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. (2011-04-11)
Cocaine use may cause increase in coronary calcium, an indicator of atherosclerosis
Researchers have found a significant association between cocaine use and the presence of calicium in the coronary arteries. (2002-11-04)
Picking prostanoids to provide protection
Atherosclerosis is an inflammation in the lining of the arteries. (2004-09-15)
Researchers identify agent responsible for protection against early stages of atherosclerosis
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine have identified for the first time the A2b adenosine receptor as a possible new therapeutic target against atherosclerosis resulting from a diet high in fat and cholesterol. (2011-12-12)
Ultrasound examinations can identify patients at risk of stroke
Ultrasound, a non-invasive technique commonly used to study the presence of atherosclerosis disease in blood vessels, can be used to identify patients at increased risk of future stroke who could benefit from surgery. (2015-11-25)
EAS Congress in Gothenburg, June 26-29
A global congress in Gothenburg, Sweden, attracts leading scientists within cardiovascular disease. (2011-06-27)
CT scans provide evidence of atherosclerosis in wide range of ancient populations
Although atherosclerosis is widely thought to be a disease of modern times, computed tomographic evidence of atherosclerosis has been found in the bodies of a large number of mummies. (2014-07-30)
Enigmatic role for NF-kappaB in the hardening of arteries
A report in the October 15 issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation resulting from a collaboration led by Menno P.J. de Winther and researchers at Vrije University, Maastricht University, Technical University of Munich, and Harvard Medical School, reveals that inhibition of the transcription factor NF-kappaB increases atherosclerosis - a chronic inflammatory disease that causes the progressive narrowing and hardening of arteries over time. (2003-10-15)
Researchers find enzyme that triggers hardening of the arteries
An enzyme found only in the liver and intestines may play a crucial role in the development of hardening of the arteries -- or atherosclerosis, a research team from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco, report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (2003-01-20)
Body's bacteria affect atherosclerosis
New findings suggesting that bacteria in the mouth and/or intestine can affect the the outcome pathogenesis of atherosclerosis and lead to new treatment strategies, reveals research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. (2010-10-18)
Drug may fight lupus and atherosclerosis simultaneously
People with lupus are prone to premature accelerated atherosclerosis. Now scientists at Wake Forest University School of Medicine think they have a way to prevent or decrease this atherosclerosis and prevent heart attacks. (2005-11-16)
Promoting regulatory T cell production may help control atherosclerosis
This month in the JCI, work led by Catherine Hedrick at the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology uncovered a pathway that controls the balance between pro-inflammatory and regulatory T cells and may influence the progression of atherosclerosis. (2016-08-02)
Blocking a muscle growth-limiting hormone protects against obesity and atherosclerosis
Knockout of myostatin, a growth factor that limits muscle growth, can decrease body fat and promote resistance against developing atherosclerosis, or (2009-06-11)
A culprit cell that drives plaque buildup in arteries
Aging macrophages contribute to both early and late stages of atherosclerosis, the most common driver of cardiovascular disease, a new study in mice reveals. (2016-10-27)
Improved insulin signaling reduces atherosclerosis in mouse models
In this issue of JCI Insight, a team led by George King of Harvard Medical School shows that increased insulin signaling in the endothelium of atherosclerosis-prone mice reduces development of disease and improves aorta function. (2016-05-05)
Aortic aneurysm associated with decreased incidence of atherosclerosis
Having an aneurysm in the ascending aorta is significantly associated with decreased incidence of atherosclerosis. (2005-09-13)
Genes in blood vessels may protect arteries from the ravages of a high-fat diet
Why can some people eat a high-fat diet without developing the fatty deposits in their blood vessel walls that lead to heart disease, and others can't? (2000-07-02)
Hypertension and atherosclerosis may have a common cause, researchers say
The same hormone that causes high blood pressure may promote the development of atherosclerosis, reported researchers from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center today at the national meeting of the American Heart Association (1999-11-09)
Antagonizing atherosclerosis
Antibody-producing B cells promote atherosclerosis in mice, according to a study to be published online on July 5 in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. (2010-07-05)
A novel pathway for prevention of heart attack and stroke
A recent Finnish study could pave the way for preventing brain and cardiac ischemia induced by atherosclerosis. (2014-08-21)
A new strategy to counter insulin damage in coronary artery disease
By studying blood vessel tissue from 674 patients, a research team has discovered how insulin contributes to the dysfunction of blood vessels in atherosclerosis, one of the most common chronic health conditions worldwide. (2020-04-29)
Apples, apple juice shown to prevent early atherosclerosis
Long-term consumption of antioxidant-rich apples and apple juice may prevent atherosclerosis, according to researchers from France. (2008-05-02)
A new vision of lutein: Heart disease prevention
Lutein, a yellow pigment found in dark green leafy vegetables and egg yolks, may help prevent clogging of neck arteries, researchers report in today's Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. (2001-06-18)
Mouse gene shows new mechanism behind cardiac infarction in man
A gene that, in different variants, increases or decreases the level of atherosclerosis has been identified in mice. (2005-03-08)
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