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Enlarged waistline may predict atherogenesis for postmenopausal women

A recent study had suggested that an increasing waistline, along with the elevated levels of triglycerides may// be a strong predictor for atherogenesis and cardiac problems for post menopausal women. The study had looked into 557 women for 8.5 yrs to estimate the risk of cardiovascular morta...

JCI online early table of contents: March 9, 2009

...velopment of atherosclerosis in mice, and actually decreases the secretion of VLDL. TITLE: Hepatic insulin signaling regulates VLDL secretion and atherogenesis in mice AUTHOR CONTACT: Seongah Han Department of Medicine, Columbia University, New York, New York, USA. Phone: (212) 305-4899; Fax: (212) 30...

Chromosome Linked to Diabetics' Heart Risks

...s," Dr. Alessandro Doria and colleagues are quoted in a medical association news release. "This finding may have implications for our understanding of atherogenesis (the process of plaque forming in arteries) in diabetes and for the design of more effective prevention strategies. More broadly, it illustrates the c...

A healthy smile may promote a healthy heart

...d that individuals with periodontal disease whose biomarkers showed increased bacterial exposure were more likely to develop coronary heart disease or atherogenesis (plaque formation in the arteries). While more research is needed to better understand the connection between periodontal disease and cardiovascula...

Risk Of Heart Attack Increased By Gout

...d with gout was relatively high compared to other risk factors in this study," Dr. Krishnan said. "For acute MI to occur, an environment that promotes atherogenesis and thrombogenesis is needed. Hyperuricemia is well known to be an independent risk factor for atherosclerotic diseases in general and since chronic h...
atherogenesis in Medical Technology

Anthera Announces Completion of Enrollment and Dosing in Phase II Trial of A-002 for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease

... C-Reactive Protein "CRP") in patients with stable coronary heart disease. Elevated levels of sPLA2 have been implicated in abnormal lipid metabolism, atherogenesis and vascular inflammation. The Company is scheduled to meet with the Food and Drug Administration in the fourth quarter for an end-of-Phase II meeting...
atherogenesis in Biological News

Inhaling a heart attack: How air pollution can cause heart disease

...e Dr. Brook will give a talk on Environmental pollution and hypertension. In addition, Araujo Jesus of UCLA will speak on Exacerbation of experimental atherogenesis by ultrafine air pollution, and Murray Mittleman of the Harvard School of Public Health will speak on Air pollution and stroke. There have been a n...

$13 million federal grant for research into vascular disease awarded to Weill Cornell

...) in atherosclerosis by nitrogen oxide and the impact of this activation on atherogenesis (plaque formation). By the end of this 20-year program in 2011, it is hoped that the array of molecular links that define atherogenesis and thrombosis will have been identified. ...
atherogenesis in Biological Technology

Anthera Presents Data on Varespladib at ATVB Meeting

...s of a Selective Secretory Phospholipase A2 Inhibitor on Low-Density Lipoproteins in CHD Patients with Diabetes. -- The Synergistic Inhibition of atherogenesis in ApoE-/- Mice Between Pravastatin and the sPLA2 Inhibitor Varespladib (A-002). "We are pleased to see the synergistic effect of Varespladib wi...
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