Atherosclerosis III: Proceedings of the Third International by E. B. Smith, S. Björkerud, R. H. More, D. Sinapius, G. S. PDF

By E. B. Smith, S. Björkerud, R. H. More, D. Sinapius, G. S. Berenson, W. Insull (auth.), G. Schettler, A. Weizel (eds.)

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The connective tissue interstitial matrix is composed of a variety of carbohydrate-protein macromolecules; of these/acid mucopolysaccharides (MPS) and glycoproteins are both quite heterogeneous. Actually, little is known about the sialic acid-containing glycoproteins in the development of atherosclerosis. , 1967). , 1973). The studies of Buddecke 1960 and Robert 1970 have demonstrated glycoprotein increases during atherosclerosis, but their role in atherosclerosis is not clear. Considerably more work has concerned MPS, in part due to the observation by numerous histochemical studies that they increase in atherosclerosis.

The E-fatty acid of lecithin achieved much higher specific activity than did cholesteryl ester; furthermore, the specific activity of the cholesteryl ester stopped rising as soon as the substrate was exhausted, suggesting that lecithin was not acting as an intermediate (Fig. 1). 1000 . • GROUP OF LECITHIN • 800 o o _-0-------0- __________ - - - - - - - - ____ 0 o E J: p - ACYL • - 600 0 0 o E fr o o ~ ;; ;: v ff v u: 8 e; " 400 « 200 If ACYL GROUP OF CHOLESTEROl ESTER - 'V~~f' o~~ -~ __~__~__~__~~~~__~__~__~__~__~~__~__~ 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 MINUTES Figure 1.

In contrast to the abundance of lipids as seen in sections, the actual cholesterol content its considerably lower and the proportion of cholesterol ester is also lower than in the preceding stage (Bondjers and Bjorkerud, 1973b; Bjorkerud and Bondjers, 1973b). Here again the histological picture deceives us. We interpret these findings as follows: A prolonged exposure to serum due to the absence of an endothelial barrier changes the tissue beyond the point of return. When the endothelial permeability barrier is reestablished the tissue dies, probably because of insufficient (relative) influx of nutriments or oxygen.

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