Cholesterol-fed and casein-fed rabbit models of atherosclerosis. Part 1: Differing lesion area and volume despite equal plasma cholesterol levels.

@article{Daley1994CholesterolfedAC,
  title={Cholesterol-fed and casein-fed rabbit models of atherosclerosis. Part 1: Differing lesion area and volume despite equal plasma cholesterol levels.},
  author={S J Daley and Edward E. Herderick and J F Cornhill and Kem A. Rogers},
  journal={Arteriosclerosis and thrombosis : a journal of vascular biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={95-104}
}
One-month-old male New Zealand White rabbits were fed either a cholesterol-free casein diet (CAS; n = 10); low-level cholesterol-supplemented (0.125% to 0.5% by weight) chow (CH; n = 10); or standard laboratory rabbit chow (n = 3) for 24 weeks, during which total plasma cholesterol (TPC) levels were matched for the two experimental groups (TPCCAS = 475 +/- 39 mg/dL; TPCCH = 515 +/- 70 mg/dL). The percentage of cholesterol partitioned into each of the lipoprotein fractions except high-density… CONTINUE READING

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