Cheema, Sukhinder Kaur

Biochemistry of Atherosclerosis

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Table of contents

Section I.Hyperlipidaemia and Atherosclerosis

1. Reverse Cholesterol Transport
Jim W. Burgess, Philip A. Sinclair, Christophe M. Chretien, Jonathon Boucher, Daniel L. Sparks

2. The Role of LCAT in Atherosclerosis
Dominic S. Ng

3. Howdy Partner: Apolipoprotein A-I-ABCA1 Interactions Mediating HDL Particle Formation
Sereyrath Ngeth, Gordon A. Francis

4. Role of the Scavenger Receptor Class B Type I in Lipoprotein Metabolism and Atherosclerosis: Insight from Genetically Altered Mice
Bernardo Trigatti

5. The Role of Scavenger Receptors in Signaling, Inflammation and Atherosclerosis
Daisy Sahoo, Victor A. Drover

6. ABC Transporters and Apolipoprotein E: Critical Players in Macrophage Cholesterol Efflux and Atherosclerosis
Kathryn E. Naus, Cheryl L. Wellington

7. Provision of Lipids for Very Low-Density Lipoprotein Assembly
Dean Gilham, Richard Lehner

8. Oxidatively Modified Low-Density Lipoproteins and Thrombosis
Garry X. Shen

9. The Clinical Significance of Small, Dense Low-Density Lipoproteins
Manfredi Rizzo, Kaspar Berneis

10. Bile Acids: At the Crossroads of Sterol, Fat and Carbohydrate Metabolism
Luis B. Agellon

Section II.Diabetes and Hypertension Induced Atherosclerosis

11. Lipoprotein Metabolism in Insulin-Resistant States
Rita Kohen Avramoglu, Heather Basciano, Khosrow Adeli

12. The Roles of Protein Glycation, Glycoxidation, and Advanced Glycation End-Product Formation in Diabetes-Induced Atherosclerosis
Imran Rashid, Bronwyn E. Brown, David M. Reyk, Michael J. Davies

13. Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms by Which Diabetes Mellitus Promotes the Development of Atherosclerosis
Geoff H. Werstuck

14. Hypertension and Atherosclerosis: Advanced Glycation End Products—A Common Link
Sudesh Vasdev, Vicki Gill

Section III.Hyperhomocysteinemia and Atherosclerosis

15. Homocysteine Metabolism
Enoka P. Wijekoon, Margaret E. Brosnan, John T. Brosnan

16. Role of Hyperhomocysteinemia in Atherosclerosis
Stephen M. Colgan, Donald W. Jacobsen, Richard C. Austin

17. Molecular and Biochemical Mechanisms of Hyperhomocysteinemia-Induced Cardiovascular Disorders
Karmin O, Yaw L. Siow, Patrick C. Choy, Grant M. Hatch

Section IV.Other Factors in Atherosclerosis and the Associated Complications

18. The Role of the Immune System in Atherosclerosis: Lessons Learned from Using Mouse Models of the Disease
Stewart C. Whitman, Tanya A. Ramsamy

19. The Role of Infectious Agents in Atherogenesis
Paul K. M. Cheung, Grant N. Pierce

20. Transplant Arteriopathy: Role of Nitric Oxide Synthase
Nandini Nair, Hannah Valantine, John P. Cooke

21. Insights into the Molecular Mechanisms of Plaque Rupture and Thrombosis
P. K. Shah, Behrooz Sharifi

Section V.Management of Atherosclerosis

22. Modification of Biochemical and Cellular Processes in the Development of Atherosclerosis by Red Wine
Harjot K. Saini, Parambir Dhami, Yan-Jun Xu, Sukhinder Kaur Cheema, Amarjit S. Arneja, Naranjan S. Dhalla

23. Endothelial Dysfunction and Atherosclerosis: Role of Dietary Fats
Kanta Chechi, Pratibha Dubey, Sukhinder Kaur Cheema

24. Oxidized LDL and Antioxidants in Atherosclerosis
Lesley MacDonald-Wicks, Manohar Garg

25. Dietary Fatty Acids and Stroke
Gene R. Herzberg


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Keywords: SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology / General SCI008000

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