Reece A. Kyle

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Quercetin is a major flavonoid in a wide range of fruits and vegetables. Consumption of quercetin may contribute to a reduction in risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Following ingestion, flavonoids are metabolized rapidly by methylation or glucuronidation, which can alter their biological activity. Certain dietary flavonoids have been shown to upregulate(More)
Macrophages in arterial walls accumulate lipids leading to the development of atherosclerotic plaques. However, mechanisms underlying macrophage lipid accumulation and foam cell formation are often studied without accounting for risk factors such as dyslipidemia. We investigated the effect of varying concentrations of triglyceride (TG) within physiological(More)
Those who are initially exposed to an unfamiliar language have difficulty separating running speech into individual words, but over time will recognize both words and the grammatical structure of the language. Behavioral studies have used artificial languages to demonstrate that humans are sensitive to distributional information in language input, and can(More)
One hundred cationic isolated human IgG myeloma proteins were studied for expression of four anti-DNA idiotypic (Id) markers F4, 3I, 8.12, and 16/6. Forty-three of 100 myelomas showed the presence of at least one anti-DNA idiotype. Twenty-seven were F4 positive, 18 were 16/6 positive, 8 were 3I positive, and 7 were positive for 8.12. Two different anti-DNA(More)
Type 2 diabetes and dyslipidemia are risk factors for cardiovascular disease. However, mechanisms by which hypertriglyceridemia influences atherogenesis remain unclear. We examined effects of dyslipidemic diabetic serum on macrophage lipid accumulation as a model of foam cell formation. Normal human macrophages were cultured in media supplemented with 10%(More)
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