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One of the most consistent epidemiological associations between diet and human disease risk is the impact of red meat consumption (beef, pork, and lamb, particularly in processed forms). While risk… Continue Reading
Mesothelial cells are an integral part of the peritoneum and play an important role in maintaining its structural and functional properties. In recent years a number of studies on mesothelial cells… Continue Reading
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) events due to atherosclerosis cause one-third of worldwide deaths and risk factors include physical inactivity, age, dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, obesity,… Continue Reading
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) events due to atherosclerosis are very common in humans, but rarely occur spontaneously in other mammals, absent experimental manipulation. All humans exhibit a species...
Soulillou et al. (1) address our report (2) regarding intrinsic and extrinsic atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) in mice with human-like loss of Cmah (cytidine monophosphate- N… Continue Reading