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Vascular Disease Prevention publishes reviews as well as original papers to update all those concerned with this topic at the clinical or scientific level. In addition to clinically relevant topics, we consider reviews and original papers dealing with the more scientific aspects of vascular disease prevention. This includes the evaluation of emerging vascular risk factors, research dealing with the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis and the investigation of new treatment options both at the clinical and scientific level (e.g. epidemiology, patient-based studies, experimental models, in vitro experiments or molecular research). Therefore, another function of Vascular Disease Prevention is to bridge the gap between clinical practice and ongoing laboratory-based research.

In particular, we welcome critical reviews and comments on recent trials. This is a topic that requires regular updates because of the large number of trials published every year.

Debates are encouraged in the correspondence section of this journal.
The editorial structure of Vascular Disease Prevention is set up with the aim of dealing with the submitted material as rapidly as possible. Specialist editors will provide a more expert and rapid assessment unlike a more centralized editorial structure.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

Volume 4, Number 3, August 2007

Articles

Glycogen Phosphoprylase (EC 2.4.1.1) Activity During Cardiopulmonary Bypass in Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery
pp. 190-193(4)
Authors: Santosh Shinde; Neela Patil; Kumud Golam; Anil Tendolkar

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Critical Roles of Insulin-Induced Senescence in Diabetic Vasculopathy
pp. 194-200(7)
Authors: Tohru Minamino; Issei Komuro

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Radial Distribution of Elasticity in Porcine Thoracic Aorta
pp. 201-204(4)
Authors: Athanasios Tsatsaris; Dimitrios Iliopoulos; Antonios Baldoukas; Ismene Dontas; Nikolaos Berketis; Efstathios Koukounaris; Theodoros Motsakos; Nikolaos Kavanzas

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Risk Factors and Potential Preventive Measures for Vascular Disease Progression in Hemodialysis Patients
pp. 205-212(8)
Authors: David Tovbin; Anne Ghena; Anatte Kormendi; Alla Shnaider; Anna Basok; Moshe Zlotnik

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Atorvastatin Inhibits Advanced Glycation End Products (AGE)-Induced C-Reactive Expression in Hepatoma Cells by Suppressing Reactive Oxygen Species Generation
pp. 213-216(4)
Authors: Takafumi Yoshida; Sho-ichi Yamagishi; Kazuo Nakamura; Takanori Matsui; Tsutomu Imaizumi; Masayoshi Takeuchi; Teruhiko Makino; Tadamichi Shimizu; Michio Sata

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Systemic Inflammation Induces Endothelial Dysfunction in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients
pp. 217-224(8)
Authors: Abelardo Aguilera; Eddy Velasquez; Maria A. Bajo; Maria L. Ruiz-Caravaca; Mario Pavone; Victoria Martinez; Gloria del Peso; Angel Herranz; Maria V. Cuesta; Manuel Lopez-Cabrera; Rafael Selgas

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Neutrophil Cell Count is Related to Hypertension in Workers: A Cross- Sectional Study
pp. 225-228(4)
Authors: Tomoyuki Kawada; Maki Morihashi; Harumi Ueda; Takako Sirato

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Practical Recommendations for Familial Combined Hyperlipidemia Diagnosis and Management: An Update
pp. 229-236(8)
Authors: Antonio V. Gaddi; Arrigo F.G. Cicero; Fred O. Odoo; Andrea Poli; Rodolfo Paoletti

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Impact of Pressure Drop on Pulse Wave Velocity Along Experimental Stenoses
pp. 247-249(3)
Authors: Athanasios Tsatsaris; Dimitrios Iliopoulos; Ismene Dontas; Efstathios Koukounaris; Theodoros Motsakos; Antonios Baldoukas

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Dyslipidemia, Metabolic Syndrome and Vascular Disease Among Asian Indians
pp. 250-259(10)
Authors: Harshwardhan M. Mardikar; Dhananjay Deo; Deepa Raj; Vishwanath Mohan

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