Postnatal inflammation following intrauterine inflammation exacerbates the development of atherosclerosis in ApoE(-/-) mice
Siroon Bekkering, Albert P Limawan, Maria U Nguyen, Lisa K Widiasmoko, Hui Lu, Salvatore Pepe, Michael M Cheung, Trevelyan R Menheniott, Megan J Wallace, David P Burgner, Timothy J Moss
Clinical Science | PORTLAND PRESS LTD | Published : 2019
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia
Awarded by National Heart Foundation Australia
Awarded by Dutch Scientific Organisation (NWO)
Awarded by National Heart Foundation (Australia)
This work was supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia: Program [grant number 606789], Centre for Research Excellence [grant number 1057514], Research Fellowships [grant numbers 1043294 (to T.J.M.), 1064629 (to D.P.B.)]; the National Heart Foundation Australia [grant number G12M6422]; the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program; the Rubicon grant from the Dutch Scientific Organisation (NWO) [grant number 452173113 (to S.B.)]; the Post-graduate Biomedical Scholarship of the National Heart Foundation (Australia) [grant number PB12M6953]; and an Honorary Future Fellow of the National Heart Foundation (Australia) [grant number 100026 (to D.P.B.)].