The water channel AQP1 is associated with human atherosclerotic vascular lesions and attenuates progression of atherosclerosis in males independent of blood pressure

Jane Stubbe, Pamela Wintmo, Søren Høyer Johansen, Pernille B. Lærkegaard Hansen, Jes Sanddal Lindholt, Peter Bie, Boye L. Jensen, Lars Melholt Rasmussen, Sigitas Urbonavicius

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Original languageDanish
Publication date14. Sep 2015
Publication statusPublished - 14. Sep 2015
EventEndothelium-Dependent Hyperpolarizations in Health and Disease - Nyborg, Denmark
Duration: 14. Sep 201517. Sep 2015

Conference

ConferenceEndothelium-Dependent Hyperpolarizations in Health and Disease
CountryDenmark
CityNyborg
Period14/09/201517/09/2015

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Stubbe, J., Wintmo, P., Johansen, S. H., Hansen, P. B. L., Lindholt, J. S., Bie, P., Jensen, B. L., Rasmussen, L. M., & Urbonavicius, S. (2015). The water channel AQP1 is associated with human atherosclerotic vascular lesions and attenuates progression of atherosclerosis in males independent of blood pressure. Poster session presented at Endothelium-Dependent Hyperpolarizations in Health and Disease, Nyborg, Denmark.