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Submitted to the 37th Annual Meeting Council on Arteriosclerosis American Society for the Study of Arteriosclerosis Anaheim, California, November 1983

Submitted to the 37th Annual Meeting Council on Arteriosclerosis American Society for the Study... Abstracts Submitted to the 37th Annual Meeting Council on Arteriosclerosis for the Study of Arteriosclerosis American Society Anaheim, California, November 1983 The Editors appreciate the work of the Program Committee of the Council on Arteriosclerosis In selecting and categorizing these abstracts, and especially thank Sandra Bates, Arthur A. Spector, and Donald B. Zllversmlt. Possible Role of Aortic Collagen as a Liplds Trapping Page Table of Contents Factor in the Extracellular Matrix E. M. Avila, I. Mactiin. Laboratorio Lipoprotefnas y Atero- 465a Arterial Wall Pathoblology gdnesis, IVIC, Apdo. 1827, Caracas, Venezuela 472a Cell Biology Interaction of serum lipoproteins, LDL, in particular, with arterial 476a Clinical Aspects connective tissue macromolecules, Is well accepted as one of the mechanisms of cholesterol accumulation in human atherosclerot- 488a Llpld Metabolism ic lesions. In this study we explored in vitro the binding ability of 497a Lipoproteln Metabolism collagen preparations (Types I, III, and IV) from normal and le- 508a Lipoproteln Structure sioned aorta towards human serum LDL. Aortic collagens Isolated by pepsin treatment and differential salt precipitation led in all 513a Molecular Biology of Apollpoprotelns cases to collagen-lipkd complexes rich in cholesterol and its esters Stars indicate papers presented at the meeting. and free of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arteriosclerosis Wolters Kluwer Health

Submitted to the 37th Annual Meeting Council on Arteriosclerosis American Society for the Study of Arteriosclerosis Anaheim, California, November 1983

Arteriosclerosis , Volume 3 (5) – Sep 1, 1983

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Abstracts Submitted to the 37th Annual Meeting Council on Arteriosclerosis for the Study of Arteriosclerosis American Society Anaheim, California, November 1983 The Editors appreciate the work of the Program Committee of the Council on Arteriosclerosis In selecting and categorizing these abstracts, and especially thank Sandra Bates, Arthur A. Spector, and Donald B. Zllversmlt. Possible Role of Aortic Collagen as a Liplds Trapping Page Table of Contents Factor in the Extracellular Matrix E. M. Avila, I. Mactiin. Laboratorio Lipoprotefnas y Atero- 465a Arterial Wall Pathoblology gdnesis, IVIC, Apdo. 1827, Caracas, Venezuela 472a Cell Biology Interaction of serum lipoproteins, LDL, in particular, with arterial 476a Clinical Aspects connective tissue macromolecules, Is well accepted as one of the mechanisms of cholesterol accumulation in human atherosclerot- 488a Llpld Metabolism ic lesions. In this study we explored in vitro the binding ability of 497a Lipoproteln Metabolism collagen preparations (Types I, III, and IV) from normal and le- 508a Lipoproteln Structure sioned aorta towards human serum LDL. Aortic collagens Isolated by pepsin treatment and differential salt precipitation led in all 513a Molecular Biology of Apollpoprotelns cases to collagen-lipkd complexes rich in cholesterol and its esters Stars indicate papers presented at the meeting. and free of

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ArteriosclerosisWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Sep 1, 1983

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