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Erratum AORTIC LYSYL OXIDASE IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC RABBITS Kagan et al. 291 9. Mukherjee DP, Kagan HM, Jordan RE, Franzblau C. elastin and collagen. These lysine-derived cross- Effect of hydrophobic elastin ligands on the stress-strain linkages are essential to the function, insoluble properties of elastin fibers. Connect Tissue Res 1976;4: character, and proteolytic resistance of collagen 177-179 and elastin fibers. In view of the unique role 10. Slegel RC. Lysyl oxidase. Int Rev Connect Tissue Res played by this enzyme and in consideration of its 1979:8:73-118 11. Wolln»ky H, Daly MM. A method for the isolation of apparent function in the extracellular space, intlma-media sample from arteries. Proc Soc Exp Biol this enzymatic site may prove to be an advanta- Med 1970:135:364-368 geous target for chemotherapy, possibly as a 12. Kagan HM, Hewitt NA, Salcedo LL, Franzblau C. Cata- means of controlling the development of fibrotic lytic activity of aortic lysyl oxidase in an insoluble lesions in atherosclerotic tissue. enzyme-substrate complex. Biochim Biophys Acta 1974; 365:223-234 13. Plnnell SR, Martin GR. The crosslinking of collagen and elastin: Enzymatic conversion of lysine in peptide link- age to a-aminoadipic-5-semialdehyde (allysine) by an extract from bone. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1968,61: References 708-716 1. RO M R, Glomtet JA. The pathogenesis of atherosclero- 14. Hutton JJ, Tappel AL, Udenfrlend S. A rapid assay for sis. N Engl J Med 1976;295:369-377 collagen proline hydroxylase. Anal Biochem 1966;16: 2. Horilck L, Katz LN. Retrogression of atherosclerotic 384-394 lesions on cessation of cholesterol feeding in the chick. J 15. Lowry OH, Rosebrough NJ, Fan-AL, Randall RJ. Protein Lab Clin Med 1949;34:1427-1442 measurement with Folin-phenol reagent. J Biol Chem 3. Modrak JB, Langner RO. Possible relationship of choles- 1951:193:265-275 terol accumulation and collagen synthesis in rabbit 16. Burton K. A study of condition and mechanism of aortic tissues. Atherosclerosis 1980;37:211-218 diphenylamine reaction for colorimetric estimation of deoxyribonucleic acid. Biochem J 1956:62:315-323 4. Krilchevsky D, Tepper SA, Ve»sellnovltch D, Wlstler RW. Cholesterol vehicle in experimental atherosclerosis, Part 17. Schoenhelmer R, Sperry WM. A micromethod for the II (peanut oil). Atherosclerosis 1971;14:53-64 determination of free and combined cholesterol. J Biol Chem 1934:106:745-760 5. Hollander W, Kramsch DM, Franzblau C, Paddock J, Colombo MA. Suppression of atheromatous fibrous 18. McClotky ID, Cleary EG. Chemical composition of the plaque formation by anti-proliferative and anti-inflamma- rabbit aorta during development Circ Res 1974;34: tory drugs. Circ Res 1974;35:1131-1141 828-835 6. Nlkkari T, Helkklnnen O. The lipids of collagen prepara- 19. Ehrhart LA, Holderbaum D. Stimulation of aortic protein tions. Acta Chem Scand 1968:22:3047-3049 synthesis in experimental rabbit atherosclerosis. Athero- 7. Kramtch DM, Franzblau C, Hollander W. Components of sclerosis 1977:27:477-485 the protein-lipid complex of arterial elastin: Their role in 20. Ehrhart LA, Holderbaum D. Aortic collagen, elastin and the retention of lipid in the atheromatous plaque. Adv non-fibrous protein synthesis in rabbits fed cholesterol Exp Med Biol 1974:43:193-210 and peanut oil. Atherosclerosis 1980:37:423-432 8. Kagan HM, Mllbury PE, Kramsch DM. A possible role for 21. Langner RO, Modrak JB. Aortic collagen synthesis in rab- elastin ligands in the proteolytic degradation of arterial bits following removal of atherogenic diet. Exp Mol elastic lamellae in the rabbit. Circ Res 1979:44:95-103 Pathol 1977:26:310-317 connective tissue proteins Index Terms: lysyl oxidase in atherosclerosis elastin and collagen crosslinking To The Editor: Please be advised that we inadvertently defined a ratio upside down in our recent paper published in Arteriosclerosis (1981;1:144-155), entitled "Dietary Ethanol- Induced Modifications in Hyperlipoproteinemia and Atherosclerosis in Nonhuman Primates (Macaca nemestrina)." The cholesteryl ester fatty acid (CEFA) ratio is stated in the paper to be A2+/A0+A1, when in fact we actually used the inverse ratio A0+A1/A2+ for the statistical comparisons. In most cases, the implications are the same, but one reader telephoned me to point out the problem. I apologize for this mistake. Lawrence L. Rudel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Comparative Medicine Bowman Gray School of Medicine Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, North Carolina http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arteriosclerosis Wolters Kluwer Health

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AORTIC LYSYL OXIDASE IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC RABBITS Kagan et al. 291 9. Mukherjee DP, Kagan HM, Jordan RE, Franzblau C. elastin and collagen. These lysine-derived cross- Effect of hydrophobic elastin ligands on the stress-strain linkages are essential to the function, insoluble properties of elastin fibers. Connect Tissue Res 1976;4: character, and proteolytic resistance of collagen 177-179 and elastin fibers. In view of the unique role 10. Slegel RC. Lysyl oxidase. Int Rev Connect Tissue Res played by this enzyme and in consideration of its 1979:8:73-118 11. Wolln»ky H, Daly MM. A method for the isolation of apparent function in the extracellular space, intlma-media sample from arteries. Proc Soc Exp Biol this enzymatic site may prove to be an advanta- Med 1970:135:364-368 geous target for chemotherapy, possibly as a 12. Kagan HM, Hewitt NA, Salcedo LL, Franzblau C. Cata- means of controlling the development of fibrotic lytic activity of aortic lysyl oxidase in an insoluble lesions in atherosclerotic tissue. enzyme-substrate complex. Biochim Biophys Acta 1974; 365:223-234 13. Plnnell SR, Martin GR. The crosslinking of collagen and elastin: Enzymatic conversion of lysine in peptide link- age to a-aminoadipic-5-semialdehyde (allysine) by an extract from bone. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 1968,61: References 708-716 1. RO M R, Glomtet JA. The pathogenesis of atherosclero- 14. Hutton JJ, Tappel AL, Udenfrlend S. A rapid assay for sis. N Engl J Med 1976;295:369-377 collagen proline hydroxylase. Anal Biochem 1966;16: 2. Horilck L, Katz LN. Retrogression of atherosclerotic 384-394 lesions on cessation of cholesterol feeding in the chick. J 15. Lowry OH, Rosebrough NJ, Fan-AL, Randall RJ. Protein Lab Clin Med 1949;34:1427-1442 measurement with Folin-phenol reagent. J Biol Chem 3. Modrak JB, Langner RO. Possible relationship of choles- 1951:193:265-275 terol accumulation and collagen synthesis in rabbit 16. Burton K. A study of condition and mechanism of aortic tissues. Atherosclerosis 1980;37:211-218 diphenylamine reaction for colorimetric estimation of deoxyribonucleic acid. Biochem J 1956:62:315-323 4. Krilchevsky D, Tepper SA, Ve»sellnovltch D, Wlstler RW. Cholesterol vehicle in experimental atherosclerosis, Part 17. Schoenhelmer R, Sperry WM. A micromethod for the II (peanut oil). Atherosclerosis 1971;14:53-64 determination of free and combined cholesterol. J Biol Chem 1934:106:745-760 5. Hollander W, Kramsch DM, Franzblau C, Paddock J, Colombo MA. Suppression of atheromatous fibrous 18. McClotky ID, Cleary EG. Chemical composition of the plaque formation by anti-proliferative and anti-inflamma- rabbit aorta during development Circ Res 1974;34: tory drugs. Circ Res 1974;35:1131-1141 828-835 6. Nlkkari T, Helkklnnen O. The lipids of collagen prepara- 19. Ehrhart LA, Holderbaum D. Stimulation of aortic protein tions. Acta Chem Scand 1968:22:3047-3049 synthesis in experimental rabbit atherosclerosis. Athero- 7. Kramtch DM, Franzblau C, Hollander W. Components of sclerosis 1977:27:477-485 the protein-lipid complex of arterial elastin: Their role in 20. Ehrhart LA, Holderbaum D. Aortic collagen, elastin and the retention of lipid in the atheromatous plaque. Adv non-fibrous protein synthesis in rabbits fed cholesterol Exp Med Biol 1974:43:193-210 and peanut oil. Atherosclerosis 1980:37:423-432 8. Kagan HM, Mllbury PE, Kramsch DM. A possible role for 21. Langner RO, Modrak JB. Aortic collagen synthesis in rab- elastin ligands in the proteolytic degradation of arterial bits following removal of atherogenic diet. Exp Mol elastic lamellae in the rabbit. Circ Res 1979:44:95-103 Pathol 1977:26:310-317 connective tissue proteins Index Terms: lysyl oxidase in atherosclerosis elastin and collagen crosslinking To The Editor: Please be advised that we inadvertently defined a ratio upside down in our recent paper published in Arteriosclerosis (1981;1:144-155), entitled "Dietary Ethanol- Induced Modifications in Hyperlipoproteinemia and Atherosclerosis in Nonhuman Primates (Macaca nemestrina)." The cholesteryl ester fatty acid (CEFA) ratio is stated in the paper to be A2+/A0+A1, when in fact we actually used the inverse ratio A0+A1/A2+ for the statistical comparisons. In most cases, the implications are the same, but one reader telephoned me to point out the problem. I apologize for this mistake. Lawrence L. Rudel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Comparative Medicine Bowman Gray School of Medicine Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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