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Theory of Electric Polarization
Dielectrics in static fields
Congenital beta-lipoprotein deficiency.
Distribution and composition of acid mucopolysaccharides in normal and atherosclerotic human aortas.
- F. B. Klynstra, C. Böttcher, J. A. van Melsen, E. J. van der Laan
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of atherosclerosis research
- 1 May 1967
Summary The relationship between tissue concentration and composition of the acid mucopolysaccharides (acid MPS) of the human aorta and the stage of atherosclerosis and/or age has been examined. Acid… Expand
Permeability patterns in pig aorta.
Abstract The preferred localizations of fatty streaks and spots in the thoracic pig aorta are shown to have enhanced permeability. The fact that these places are more readily attacked by mucolytic… Expand
Acid mucopolysaccharides and atherosclerosis.
Composition of Lipids isolated from the Aorta, Coronary Arteries and Circulus Willisii of Atherosclerotic Individuals
INVESTIGATIONS of lipid deposits connected with atherosclerosis have usually been concerned with the lipids from the plaques formed in the intima of the aorta1. Although the condition of the aorta is… Expand
Localization in the human aortic wall of phospholipids containing choline.
Summary Qualitative histochemical investigations showed the following distribution of phospholipids containing choline in human aortas: (1)In the undiseased stage 0 aortas a positive reaction with… Expand
Phospholipids of the arterial wall in connection with atherosclerosis.
- C. Böttcher
- Acta cardiologica