December 2013

Volume 54Issue 12p3223-3540
Open Access
COVER: Left panel: HDL from healthy subjects exerts direct endothelial, potentially anti-atherogenic effects, i.e., stimulation of anti-infl ammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-apoptotic, and anti-thrombotic mechanisms. In contrast, HDL from patients with coronary disease (right panel) may lose potential endothelial anti-atherosclerotic properties, which has been termed ‘HDL dysfunction'. (See Riwanto and Landmesser, p. 3227.)...
COVER: Left panel: HDL from healthy subjects exerts direct endothelial, potentially anti-atherogenic effects, i.e., stimulation of anti-infl ammatory, anti-oxidative, anti-apoptotic, and anti-thrombotic mechanisms. In contrast, HDL from patients with coronary disease (right panel) may lose potential endothelial anti-atherosclerotic properties, which has been termed ‘HDL dysfunction'. (See Riwanto and Landmesser, p. 3227.)

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