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  • Loss of Cbl–PI3K interaction in mice prevents significant bone loss following ovariectomy AuthorsNaga Suresh Adapala, Danielle Holland, Vanessa Scanlon, Mary F. Barbe, Wallace Y. Langdon, Alexander Y. Tsygankov, Joseph A. Lorenzo, Archana SanjayAbstractCbl and Cbl-b are E3 ubiquitin ligases and adaptor proteins, which perform regulatory roles in bone remodeling. Cbl−/− mice have delayed bone development due to decreased osteoclast migration. Cbl-b−/− mice are osteopenic due to increased bone resorbing activity of osteoclasts. Unique to Cbl, but not present in Cbl-b, is tyrosine 737 in the YEAM motif, which upon phosphorylation provides a binding site for the regulatory p85 subunit of PI3K. Substitution of tyrosine 737 with phenylalanine (Y737F, CblYF/YF mice) prevents Y737 phosphorylation and abrogates the Cbl–PI3K interaction. We have previously reported that CblYF ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2014, 8:52 AM by David Bishop
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  • Peri-strut low-intensity areas in optical coherence tomography correlate with peri-strut inflammation and neointimal proliferation: an in-vivo correlation study in the familial hypercholesterolemic coronary swine model of in-stent restenosis. AuthorsTellez, Armando; Afari, Maxwell E.; Buszman, Piotr P.; Seifert, Paul; Cheng, Yanping; Milewski, Krzysztof; McGregor, Jennifer C.; Garza, Javier A.; Roberts, Mary B.; Yi, Geng Hua; Kaluza, Greg L.; Granada, Juan F.AbstractBackground: Peri-strut low-intensity area (PLI) is a common imaging finding during the evaluation of in-stent neointima using optical coherence tomography (OCT). We aimed to determine the biological significance of PLI by comparing in-vivo OCT images with the corresponding histological sections obtained from the familial hypercholesterolemic swine model of coronary stenosis.Methods: A total of 26 coronary vessels of nine familial hypercholesterolemic swine were injured with 30% balloon overstretch and then immediately followed by everolimus eluting or bare metal stent placement at 20 ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2014, 9:19 AM by David Bishop
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