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Enhanced macrophage degradation of low density lipoprotein previously incubated with cultured endothelial cells: recognition by receptors for acetylated low density lipoproteins.
Human low density lipoprotein (LDL) was incubated with an established line of rabbit aortic endothelial cells. Density gradient fractionation showed a time-, concentration-, and temperature-dependentExpand
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FASTING SERUM FREE FATTY ACIDS AND TRIGLYCERIDES ARE INCREASED BEFORE 20 WEEKS OF GESTATION IN WOMEN WHO LATER DEVELOP PREECLAMPSIA
Objective: The null hypothesis of this study was that there was no difference in fasting serum concentrations of free fatty acids (FFA) and triglycerides (TG) before 20 weeks of gestation in womenExpand
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Plasma lipids and vascular dysfunction in preeclampsia.
The dominating hypothesis of the preeclampsia syndrome (PES) is that placentally derived factors are released to the maternal circulation. These factors are believed to alter endothelial propertiesExpand
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Enhanced Macrophage Degradation of Biologically Modified Low Density Lipoprotein
Low density lipoprotein (LDL) conditioned by incubation in the presence of rabbit aortic or human umbilical vein endothelial cells (endothelial cell-modified LDL) was degraded by macrophages three toExpand
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Fatty acid pattern of esterified and free fatty acids in sera of women with normal and pre‐eclamptic pregnancy
Objective To determine the composition of esterified and free fatty acids in sera of women with normal and pre‐eclamptic pregnancy.
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Increased lipolytic activity and high ratio of free fatty acids to albumin in sera from women with preeclampsia leads to triglyceride accumulation in cultured endothelial cells.
OBJECTIVE The null hypothesis of this study was that the triglyceride accumulation in endothelial cells exposed to sera from preeclamptic women was determined by the presence of triglyceride-richExpand
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[Oxidative stress and antioxidants].
Oxidative stress is a metabolic state where the cellular oxidative reactions are out of control. Under such conditions superoxide (O2.-) may accumulate, leading to formation of the hydroxyl radical,Expand
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Increased contents of phospholipids, cholesterol, and lipid peroxides in decidua basalis in women with preeclampsia.
OBJECTIVES Accelerated recovery from preeclampsia has been reported after postpartum curettage. Lipid deposition in decidual spiral arteries (acute atherosis) is a histologic feature of preeclampsia.Expand
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Injury to human endothelial cells in culture induced by low density lipoproteins.
Low density lipoproteins (LDL) have been shown to injure culture endothelial cells derived from the human umbilical cord. During a 48 h incubation period LDL significantly increased 51Cr release fromExpand
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Interactions of plasma lipoproteins with endothelial cells.
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