Publication: The Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Anacardic Acid on a TNF-alpha Induced Human Saphenous Vein Endothelial Cell Culture Model
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Ak, Duygu Gezen
Akkan, Ahmet Gökhan
Background and Objective: Coronary bypass operations are commonly performed for the treatment of ischemic heart diseases. Coronary artery bypass surgery with autologous human saphenous vein maintains its importance as a commonly used therapy for advanced atherosclerosis. Vascular inflammation-related intimal hyperplasia and atherosclerotic progress have major roles in the pathogenesis of saphenous vein graft disease.
Onal B., Ozen D., Demir B., Ak D. G. , DURSUN E., Demir C., Akkan A. G. , Ozyazgan S., -The Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Anacardic Acid on a TNF-alpha Induced Human Saphenous Vein Endothelial Cell Culture Model-, CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, cilt.21, ss.710-719, 2020