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Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disorder is increasingly the main cause of mortality worldwide. Atherosclerosis is characterized by arterial plaque and ultimately lead to acute myocardial infarction or stroke. Animal models of atherosclerosis are based on cholesterol-rich diet and manipulation of special genes. At present, mouse and rabbit models are commonly used in mechanism research and translational research. These models have made some contributions to the treatment and diagnosis of atherosclerotic disease.
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Figure. 1. Atherosclerotic plaque extension among APOE(−/−) mice on western diet treated with canaglifozin (Cana-group) or vehicle (control-group). a Selected 4 μm section images from the aortic root stained with H&E and Masson trichrome. Formation of atherosclerotic plaque was examined using H&E staining while histological examination of atherosclerotic plaque collagen content was assessed using Masson trichrome staining. b Quantifcation of plaque area is shown as a percentage of lumina stenosis by thickened intima. Collagen content was measured using quantifcation of Masson trichrome positive area over complete plaque area.
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Nasiri-Ansari Νarjes, et al. Canagliflozin attenuates the progression of atherosclerosis and inflammation process in APOE knockout mice[J]. Cardiovascular Diabetology, 2018, 17(1):106.
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