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LONG‐TERM ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN RABBITS

LONG‐TERM ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN RABBITS LONG-TERM ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN RABBITS Wilson et al. 241 14. Wilson RB, Newberne PM, Conner MW. An improved macrophages. Am J Pathol 1980; 100:57-80 semlsynthetic atherogenic diet for rabbits. Arch Pathol 26 Minlck CR, Murphy GE. Experimental induction of atheroar- 1973;96:355-359 teriosclerosis by synergy of allergic injury to arteries and lipid- 15. Hermus RJJ. Experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits on rich diet. II. Effect of repeatedly Injected foreign protein in diets with milk fat and different proteins. Wageningen, The rabbits fed a lipid-rich, cholesterol poor diet. Am J Pathol Netherlands: Center for Agricultural Publishing and Docu- 1973:73:265-292 mentation, 1975;86-182 27 Hardln NJ, Minlck CR, Murphy GE. Experimental induction of atherosclerosis by the synergy of allergic injury to arteries 16. Wilson RB, Mlddleton CC, Sun GY. Vitamin E, antioxldants and lipid-rich diet. III. The role of earlier acquired fibromuscu- and lipid peroxidation in experimental atherosclerosis. J Nutr 1978:108:1858-1862 lar internal thickening in the pathogenesis of later developing 17. Ross AC, Minlck CR, Zllversmlt DB. Equal atherosclerosis atherosclerosis. Am J Pathol 1973:73:301-322 in rabbits fed cholesterol-free, low fat diet or cholesterol-sup- 28. Still WJS, Dennlson SM. Reaction of the arterial intima of plemented diet. Atherosclerosis 1978:29:301-315 the rabbit of trauma and hyperiipemia. Exp Mol Pathol 1967:6:245-253 18. Haust MD. The morphogenesis and fate of potential and early atherosclerotic lesions in man. Hum Pathol 1971 ;2:1— 29. Buchwald H. Myocardial infarction in rabbits induced solely 29 by a hypercholesterolemic diet. J Atherosclerosis Res 19. Strong JP, Restrepo C, Guzmln M. Coronary and aortic atherosclerosis in New Orleans. II. Comparison of lesions by 30. Duff FL, McMillan GC. Pathology of atherosclerosis. Am J age, sex, and race. Lab Invest 1978:39:364-369 Med 1951:11:92-108 31 . Bortz WM. Reversibility of atherosclerosis in cholesterol-fed 20. Allaln CC, Poon LS, Chan CSG, Richmond W, Fu PC. Enzymatic determination of total serum cholesterol. Clin rabbits. Circ Res 1968:22:135-139 Chem 1974;4:47CMt75 32. Adams CWM, Morgan RS, Baylies OB. No regression of atheroma over one year in rabbits previously fed a cholester- 21 . Holman RL, McGIII HC, Strong JP, Geer JC. Study of ol-enriched diet. Atherosclerosis 1973;18:429-444 atherosclerotic lesions. Lab Invest 1958;7:42-47 33. Vessellnovltch D, Wlssler RW, Flsher-Dzoga K, Hughes 22. Morgan RS, Adams CWM. A graticule for measuring athero- R, Dublen L. Regression of atherosclerosis in rabbits. sclerosis. Atherosclerosis 1974:19:347-348 Atherosclerosis 1974;19:259-275 23. Luna LG. Manual of histologic staining methods of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. New York: McGraw-Hill Com- 34. Daoud AS, Jarmolych J, Augustyn JM, Fritz KE. Sequen- pany, 1965:32-152 tial morphologic studies of regression of advanced athero- sclerosis. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1981 ;105:233-239 24. Fowler S, Shlo H, Haley NJ. Characterization of lipid-laden 35. Clarkson TB, Bond MG, Bullock BC, Margetta CA. A study aortic cells from cholesterol-fed rabbits. IV. Investigation of macrophage-like properties of aortic cell populations. Lab of atherosclerosis regression in Macaca mulatta. IV. Invest 1979:41:372-384 Changes in coronary arteries from animals with atherosclero- 25. Schaffner T, Taylor K, Bartuccl EJ, Klscher-Dzoga K, sis Induced for 19 months then regressed for 24 or 48 months Bee son JH, Glagov S, Wlssler RW. Arterial foam cells with and plasma cholesterol concentrations of 300 or 200 mg/dl. distinctive immunomorphologlc and histochemical features of Exp Mol Pathol 1981:34:345-368 Index Terms: atherosclerosis • rabbit • long-term • regression Errata Dr. Cesare R. Sirtori has called our attention to the following errors in the article by Franceschini et al., "Increased Apoprotein B in Very Low Density Lipoproteins of Patients with Peripheral Vascular Disease" (Arteriosclerosis 2:74-80, January/ February 1982). Line 16 of the abstract should read, "(apo B/cholesterol in VLDL." On page 76, line 10 in the second column should read, "Precipitation with TMU was carried out. . . ." On page 76, lines 15 and 16 under Plasma Llplds and Lipoproteins should read, "LDL (PVD-N = 3.442 ± 0.621; C-N = 4.343 ± 0.927, p < 0.01) and HDL (PVD-N = 4.125 ± 2.092; C-N = 6.266 ± 1.783, p < 0.001)." On page 77, lines 1 and 2 should read "(PVD = 0.431 ± 0.124; controls = 0.236 ± 0.086, p < 0.001)." http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arteriosclerosis Wolters Kluwer Health

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Arteriosclerosis , Volume 2 (3) – May 1, 1982

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LONG-TERM ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN RABBITS Wilson et al. 241 14. Wilson RB, Newberne PM, Conner MW. An improved macrophages. Am J Pathol 1980; 100:57-80 semlsynthetic atherogenic diet for rabbits. Arch Pathol 26 Minlck CR, Murphy GE. Experimental induction of atheroar- 1973;96:355-359 teriosclerosis by synergy of allergic injury to arteries and lipid- 15. Hermus RJJ. Experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits on rich diet. II. Effect of repeatedly Injected foreign protein in diets with milk fat and different proteins. Wageningen, The rabbits fed a lipid-rich, cholesterol poor diet. Am J Pathol Netherlands: Center for Agricultural Publishing and Docu- 1973:73:265-292 mentation, 1975;86-182 27 Hardln NJ, Minlck CR, Murphy GE. Experimental induction of atherosclerosis by the synergy of allergic injury to arteries 16. Wilson RB, Mlddleton CC, Sun GY. Vitamin E, antioxldants and lipid-rich diet. III. The role of earlier acquired fibromuscu- and lipid peroxidation in experimental atherosclerosis. J Nutr 1978:108:1858-1862 lar internal thickening in the pathogenesis of later developing 17. Ross AC, Minlck CR, Zllversmlt DB. Equal atherosclerosis atherosclerosis. Am J Pathol 1973:73:301-322 in rabbits fed cholesterol-free, low fat diet or cholesterol-sup- 28. Still WJS, Dennlson SM. Reaction of the arterial intima of plemented diet. Atherosclerosis 1978:29:301-315 the rabbit of trauma and hyperiipemia. Exp Mol Pathol 1967:6:245-253 18. Haust MD. The morphogenesis and fate of potential and early atherosclerotic lesions in man. Hum Pathol 1971 ;2:1— 29. Buchwald H. Myocardial infarction in rabbits induced solely 29 by a hypercholesterolemic diet. J Atherosclerosis Res 19. Strong JP, Restrepo C, Guzmln M. Coronary and aortic atherosclerosis in New Orleans. II. Comparison of lesions by 30. Duff FL, McMillan GC. Pathology of atherosclerosis. Am J age, sex, and race. Lab Invest 1978:39:364-369 Med 1951:11:92-108 31 . Bortz WM. Reversibility of atherosclerosis in cholesterol-fed 20. Allaln CC, Poon LS, Chan CSG, Richmond W, Fu PC. Enzymatic determination of total serum cholesterol. Clin rabbits. Circ Res 1968:22:135-139 Chem 1974;4:47CMt75 32. Adams CWM, Morgan RS, Baylies OB. No regression of atheroma over one year in rabbits previously fed a cholester- 21 . Holman RL, McGIII HC, Strong JP, Geer JC. Study of ol-enriched diet. Atherosclerosis 1973;18:429-444 atherosclerotic lesions. Lab Invest 1958;7:42-47 33. Vessellnovltch D, Wlssler RW, Flsher-Dzoga K, Hughes 22. Morgan RS, Adams CWM. A graticule for measuring athero- R, Dublen L. Regression of atherosclerosis in rabbits. sclerosis. Atherosclerosis 1974:19:347-348 Atherosclerosis 1974;19:259-275 23. Luna LG. Manual of histologic staining methods of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. New York: McGraw-Hill Com- 34. Daoud AS, Jarmolych J, Augustyn JM, Fritz KE. Sequen- pany, 1965:32-152 tial morphologic studies of regression of advanced athero- sclerosis. Arch Pathol Lab Med 1981 ;105:233-239 24. Fowler S, Shlo H, Haley NJ. Characterization of lipid-laden 35. Clarkson TB, Bond MG, Bullock BC, Margetta CA. A study aortic cells from cholesterol-fed rabbits. IV. Investigation of macrophage-like properties of aortic cell populations. Lab of atherosclerosis regression in Macaca mulatta. IV. Invest 1979:41:372-384 Changes in coronary arteries from animals with atherosclero- 25. Schaffner T, Taylor K, Bartuccl EJ, Klscher-Dzoga K, sis Induced for 19 months then regressed for 24 or 48 months Bee son JH, Glagov S, Wlssler RW. Arterial foam cells with and plasma cholesterol concentrations of 300 or 200 mg/dl. distinctive immunomorphologlc and histochemical features of Exp Mol Pathol 1981:34:345-368 Index Terms: atherosclerosis • rabbit • long-term • regression Errata Dr. Cesare R. Sirtori has called our attention to the following errors in the article by Franceschini et al., "Increased Apoprotein B in Very Low Density Lipoproteins of Patients with Peripheral Vascular Disease" (Arteriosclerosis 2:74-80, January/ February 1982). Line 16 of the abstract should read, "(apo B/cholesterol in VLDL." On page 76, line 10 in the second column should read, "Precipitation with TMU was carried out. . . ." On page 76, lines 15 and 16 under Plasma Llplds and Lipoproteins should read, "LDL (PVD-N = 3.442 ± 0.621; C-N = 4.343 ± 0.927, p < 0.01) and HDL (PVD-N = 4.125 ± 2.092; C-N = 6.266 ± 1.783, p < 0.001)." On page 77, lines 1 and 2 should read "(PVD = 0.431 ± 0.124; controls = 0.236 ± 0.086, p < 0.001)."

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