A Salmon Protein Hydrolysate Exerts Lipid-Independent Anti-Atherosclerotic Activity in ApoE-Deficient Mice

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Parolini, Cinzia; Vik, Rita; Busnelli, Marco; Bjørndal, Bodil; Holm, Sverre; Brattelid, Trond; Manzini, Stefano; S. Ganzetti, Giulia; Dellera, Federica; Halvorsen, Bente; Aukrust, Pål; R. Sirtori, Cesare; E. Nordrehaug, Jan; Skorve, Jon; Berge, Rolf K.; Chiesa, Giulia;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0097598
  • Subject: atherosclerosis | Mouse models | lipid-independent | lipids | Vascular medicine | Animal models | hydrolysate | Molecular cell biology | anatomy | Cardiovascular anatomy | Lipid metabolism | anti-atherosclerotic | Biological Sciences | cardiology | agriculture | cell biology | Model organisms | Biochemistry | exerts | Animal management | apoe-deficient
    mesheuropmc: lipids (amino acids, peptides, and proteins)

<div><p>Fish consumption is considered health beneficial as it decreases cardiovascular disease (CVD)-risk through effects on plasma lipids and inflammation. We investigated a salmon protein hydrolysate (SPH) that is hypothesized to influence lipid metabolism and to hav... View more
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