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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 176, Number 2, October 2002

Foreword
pp. 79-81(3)
Author: Siegel, G.

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Intrauterine growth restriction reduces nephron number and renal excretory function in newborn piglets
pp. 83-90(8)
Authors: Bauer, R.; Walter, B.; Bauer, K.; Klupsch, R.; Patt, S.; Zwiener, U.

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Nitric oxide modulates and adenosine mediates the tubuloglomerular feedback mechanism
pp. 91-94(4)
Authors: Persson, A. E. G.; Brown, R.; Liu, R.; Ollerstam, A.

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Cardiovascular responses to angiotensin II in atherosclerosis
pp. 95-100(6)
Authors: Wilfert, K.; Guski, H.; Persson, P. B.; Stauss, H. M.

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Intimal plaque development and oxidative stress in cholesterol-induced atherosclerosis in New Zealand rabbits
pp. 101-107(7)
Authors: Heinle, H.; Brehme, U.; Friedemann, G.; Frey, J.-C.; Wolf, A. T.; Kelber, O.; Weiser, D.; Schmahl, F. W.; Lang, F.; Schneider, W.

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Fibrinogen induces chemotactic activity in endothelial cells
pp. 109-115(7)
Authors: Seeger, F. H.; Blessing, E.; Gu, L.; Bornhold, R.; Denger, S.; Kreuzer, J.

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Lipophilic oestrogen derivatives contained in lipoprotein particles
pp. 117-121(5)
Authors: Tikkanen, M. J.; Vihma, V.; Höckerstedt, A.; Jauhiainen, M.; Helisten, H.; Kaamanen, M.

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Associations of HDL phospholipids and paraoxonase activity with coronary heart disease in postmenopausal women
pp. 123-130(8)
Authors: Horter, M. J.; Sondermann, S.; Reinecke, H.; Bogdanski, J.; Woltering, A.; Kerber, S.; Breithardt, G.; Assmann, G.; Von Eckardstein, A.

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Biosensing of arteriosclerotic nanoplaque formation and interaction with an HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor
pp. 131-145(15)
Authors: Abletshauser, C.; KlÜßEndorf, D.; Schmidt, A.; Winkler, K.; MÄrz, W.; Buddecke, E.; Malmsten, M.; Siegel, G.

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Are early clinical effects of cholesterol lowering mediated through effects on inflammation?
pp. 147-150(4)
Authors: Olsson, A. G.; Schwartz, G. G.; Jonasson, L.; Linderfalk, C.

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Local perivascular application of low amounts of a plasmid encoding for vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF165) is efficient for therapeutic angiogenesis in pigs
pp. 151-159(9)
Authors: Nikol, S.; Engelmann, M. G.; Pelisek, J.; Fuchs, A.; Golda, A.; Shimizu, M.; Mekkaoui, C.; Rolland, P. H.

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