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The largest artery in the human body, intimately connected to the heart, aorta is usually regarded as the major source of oxygenated blood for the circulatory system. The three concentric layers, which surround the aortic lumen-the tunics intima, media and adventitia, transform the aorta in a large elastic duct, which is irregular calibrated according to(More)
UNLABELLED High levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL) are associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, so that many studies focus on modify HDL levels for therapeutic purpose. AIM The present research aims to highlight changes in plasma levels of HDL-cholesterol in experimental animals with a high-fat diet associated with some(More)
The light-dark cycle represents a significant component of the circadian system in most mammals. Any disturbance of this cycle is reflected in a large number of changes in the physiological and also behavioral status of the organism, together with considerable alterations of the redox balance. Increasing evidence suggests that reactive oxygen species (ROS)(More)
It seems that the particular intermediary disposal of zona fasciculata in the cortical ensemble of the adrenal gland is not insignificant, especially for the variability and for the glandular activities. Because of its specific cellular arrangement, displaying both positional and dimensional uniformity; it can be considered like a real islet of orderly(More)