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atheroprotective

Definitions

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  • adjective That protects against the formation of atherosclerosis

Etymologies

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From athero- +‎ protective

Examples

  • The present experimental study demonstrates that PPARγ agonists, which are already being employed in clinical practice and have shown an atheroprotective effect

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  • These observations indicate that interventional tools able to favor the M2 MØ phenotype may exert an atheroprotective action.

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  • Our study suggests that interventional tools able to revert the MØ infiltrate towards the M2 phenotype may exert an atheroprotective action.

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  • The vegan diet was found to be atheroprotective and anti-inflammatory.

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  • Our data suggest that the atheroprotective effect of laminar flow is partially attributed to Nrf2 activation which results in ARE-mediated gene transcriptions, such as HO-1 expression, that are beneficial to the cardiovascular system.

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  • Laminar flow is known to produce atheroprotective effects on ECs.

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  • Boucher P, Li WP, Matz RL, Takayama Y, Auwerx J, et al. (2007) LRP1 functions as an atheroprotective integrator of TGFbeta and PDFG signals in the vascular wall: implications for Marfan syndrome.

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  • That ABCA1 does indeed have a significant atheroprotective role in vivo is further supported by a recent study from the Hayden laboratory

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