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261 molecular genetics and micro arrays

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261 molecular genetics and micro arrays

  1. 1. 7/23/2004 56 Studies done on atherosclerotic lesions, correlating their vulnerability and their pathogenesis with molecular genetics and assessing their results by micro arrays
  2. 2. 2/1/2004 57  Patricia D. Sehl, Julie T. N. Tai, Kenneth J. Hillan, Lesley A. Brown, Audrey Goddard, Renhui Yang, Hongkui Jin, and David G. Lowe  Application of cDNA Microarrays in Determining Molecular Phenotype in Cardiac Growth, Development, and Response to Injury Circulation 2000 101: 1990-1999. [A] [Full Text]  :  Lydia A. Taylor, Christopher M. Carthy, Decheng Yang, Kareem Saad, Donald Wong, George Schreiner, Lawrence W. Stanton, and Bruce M. McManus  Host Gene Regulation During Coxsackievirus B3 Infection in Mice : Assessment by Microarrays Circ. Res. 2000 87: 328-334. [A  bstract] [Full Text] [Data Supplement]  Lawrence W. Stanton, Lisa J. Garrard, Deborah Damm, Brett L. Garrick, Andrew Lam, Ann M. Kapoun, Qiang Zheng, Andrew A. Protter, George F. Schreiner, and R. Tyler White  Altered Patterns of Gene Expression in Response to Myocardial Infarction Circ. Res. 2000 86: 939-945. [Abstract] [Full Text] [Methods][Data Set]
  3. 3. 12/9/00 58 . [Abstract] [Full Text] Yajun Feng, Jeong-Hee Yang, Hayden Huang, Scott P. Kennedy, Thomas G. Turi, John F. Thompson, Peter Libby, and Richard T. Lee Transcriptional Profile of Mechanically Induced Genes in Human Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Circ. Res. 1999 85: 1118-1123  Kathleen J. Haley, Craig M. Lilly, Jeong-Hee Yang, Yajun Feng, Scott P. Kennedy, Thomas G. Turi, John F. Thompson, Galina H. Sukhova, Peter Libby, and Richard T. Lee Overexpression of Eotaxin and the CCR3 Receptor in Human Atherosclerosis : Using Genomic Technology to Identify a Potential Novel Pathway of Vascular Inflammation Circulation 2000 102: 2185-2189. [Abstract] [Full Text] Maha Abdellatif Leading the Way Using Microarray : A More Comprehensive Approach for Discovery of Gene Expression Patterns Circ. Res. 2000 86: 919-920. [Full Text] Anna F. Dominiczak, Domingo C. Negrin, James S. Clark, M. Julia Brosnan, Martin W. McBride, and M. Yvonne Alexander Genes and Hypertension : From Gene Mapping in Experimental Models to Vascular Gene Transfer Strategies Hypertension 2000 35: 164-172. [Abstract] [Full Text] 
  4. 4. 12/9/00 59 • CDNA ARRAY ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN THE AORTAS OF APOLIPOPROTEIN- E DEFICIENT MICE WITH ATHEROSCLEROSIS Yong-Jian Geng, Ki-Soo Kil, S Ward Casscells, Univ of Texas Houston Medical Sch, Texas Heart Inst, Houston, TX; James T Willerson, Texas Heart Inst, Houston, TX EXPR ESSION OF THE UNCOUPLING PROTEIN UCP-2 IN • MACROPHAGES OF UNSTABLE HUMAN ATHEROSCLEROTIC PLAQUES Mark M Kockx, Az Middelheim, Antwerp Belgium; Michiel W M Knaapen, CV Translational Research Inst Middelheim, Antwerp Belgium; Wim Martinet, Univ of Antwerp, Antwerp Belgium; Guido R Y De Meyer, Univ of Antwerp - UIA, Antwerp Belgium; Stefan Verheye, CV Translational Research Inst Middelheim, Antwerp Belgium; Arnold G Herman, Univ of Antwerp - UIA, Antwerp Belgium •Identification of atherosclerosis-related genes; construction of a cardiovascular microarray S. van Soest, R.D. Fontijn, H. Pannekoek and A.J.G. Horrevoets. Department of Biochemistry, AMC, Amsterdam
  5. 5. 12/9/00 60 •Mark M Kockx :Expression of the Uncoupling Protein UCP-2 in Macrophages of Unstable Human Atherosclerotic Plaques •Manabu Minami : Expression of SR-PSOX, a Novel Macrophage Receptor for Oxidized LDL, in Human Atherosclerotic Lesions •Jaap Twisk : Gene Regulation in Atherosclerosis and Vascular Biology •Inflammation in cardiovascular disease Iqbal S Malik MA MB MRCP, Research Fellow, BHF Cardiovascular Medicine Unit, Hammersmith Hospital, London J R Coll Physicians Lond 2000;34:205-7 The use of microarray technology to describe patterns of gene expression in atherosclerosis will allow a more detailed understanding of the mechanisms controlling the response to injury in the arterial wall, and may in due course be helpful in establishing genetic risk profiles
  6. 6. 12/9/00 61 acrophage function inlipoprotein[sol ]cholesterol metabolism and atherosclerosisher Bunker; Jessie hristopher Bunker, Jessie Gu; Zuwei Qian; Vincent Chan; Uli Thomann; Brad Guild; ature Genetics Volume 23 Number 3 Page 35 (1999) ll Text | PDF
  7. 7. 12/9/00 61 acrophage function inlipoprotein[sol ]cholesterol metabolism and atherosclerosisher Bunker; Jessie hristopher Bunker, Jessie Gu; Zuwei Qian; Vincent Chan; Uli Thomann; Brad Guild; ature Genetics Volume 23 Number 3 Page 35 (1999) ll Text | PDF

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