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    Loss of BACE1 prevents HF feeding–induced endothelial and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction. ( A ) Endothelium-dependent <t>microvascular</t> responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT, DIO (20-week HF-fed) mice, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 10–21). PE, phenylephrine. ( B ) Quantitative analysis of ACh response from A . ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-WT, DIO, and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 8–9). ( D ) Quantitative analysis of SNP responses from C . ( E ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in the presence of L-NAME in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed WT and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 6–10). ( F ) Quantitative analysis of ACh responses from E . The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Microvascular responses to localized heating in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 9–11). ( H ) Quantitative analysis of heating responses from G . Data are means ± SEM. * P
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    Loss of BACE1 prevents HF feeding–induced endothelial and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction. ( A ) Endothelium-dependent <t>microvascular</t> responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT, DIO (20-week HF-fed) mice, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 10–21). PE, phenylephrine. ( B ) Quantitative analysis of ACh response from A . ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-WT, DIO, and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 8–9). ( D ) Quantitative analysis of SNP responses from C . ( E ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in the presence of L-NAME in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed WT and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 6–10). ( F ) Quantitative analysis of ACh responses from E . The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Microvascular responses to localized heating in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 9–11). ( H ) Quantitative analysis of heating responses from G . Data are means ± SEM. * P
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    Loss of BACE1 prevents HF feeding–induced endothelial and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction. ( A ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT, DIO (20-week HF-fed) mice, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 10–21). PE, phenylephrine. ( B ) Quantitative analysis of ACh response from A . ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-WT, DIO, and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 8–9). ( D ) Quantitative analysis of SNP responses from C . ( E ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in the presence of L-NAME in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed WT and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 6–10). ( F ) Quantitative analysis of ACh responses from E . The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Microvascular responses to localized heating in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 9–11). ( H ) Quantitative analysis of heating responses from G . Data are means ± SEM. * P

    Journal: The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    Article Title: Elevated circulating amyloid concentrations in obesity and diabetes promote vascular dysfunction

    doi: 10.1172/JCI122237

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Loss of BACE1 prevents HF feeding–induced endothelial and vascular smooth muscle dysfunction. ( A ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT, DIO (20-week HF-fed) mice, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 10–21). PE, phenylephrine. ( B ) Quantitative analysis of ACh response from A . ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-WT, DIO, and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 8–9). ( D ) Quantitative analysis of SNP responses from C . ( E ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in the presence of L-NAME in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed WT and BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 6–10). ( F ) Quantitative analysis of ACh responses from E . The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Microvascular responses to localized heating in RC-fed WT, DIO, and RC- and HF-fed BACE1 -KO mice ( n = 9–11). ( H ) Quantitative analysis of heating responses from G . Data are means ± SEM. * P

    Article Snippet: Assessment of microvascular function in mice.Two days before the measurements, hair was removed from the flank area of the mouse using a combination of shaving and commercially available depilatory cream (Nair).

    Techniques: Mouse Assay

    Increased circulating Aβ42 impairs microvascular function. ( A ) Plasma Aβ42 levels in HF-fed (5 weeks) and RC-fed WT mice after 4 weeks of Aβ42 or ScrP infusion ( n = 7–10). ( B ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated HF-fed (5 weeks) WT mice ( n = 9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. PE, phenylephrine. ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated HF-fed (5 weeks) WT mice ( n = 8–9). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. ( D ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT and hAPPSw mice and hAPPSw mice with L-NAME (L-N) ( n = 6–16). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for hAPPSw mice in the absence and presence of L-NAME. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( E ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-fed WT and hAPPSw mice ( n = 5–8). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses. ( F ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated RC-fed WT mice ( n = 7–9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated RC-fed WT mice ( n = 7–9). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. Data are means ± SEM. * P

    Journal: The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    Article Title: Elevated circulating amyloid concentrations in obesity and diabetes promote vascular dysfunction

    doi: 10.1172/JCI122237

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Increased circulating Aβ42 impairs microvascular function. ( A ) Plasma Aβ42 levels in HF-fed (5 weeks) and RC-fed WT mice after 4 weeks of Aβ42 or ScrP infusion ( n = 7–10). ( B ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated HF-fed (5 weeks) WT mice ( n = 9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. PE, phenylephrine. ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated HF-fed (5 weeks) WT mice ( n = 8–9). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. ( D ) Microvascular responses induced by ACh in RC-fed WT and hAPPSw mice and hAPPSw mice with L-NAME (L-N) ( n = 6–16). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for hAPPSw mice in the absence and presence of L-NAME. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( E ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in RC-fed WT and hAPPSw mice ( n = 5–8). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses. ( F ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated RC-fed WT mice ( n = 7–9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. ( G ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in ScrP- and Aβ42-treated RC-fed WT mice ( n = 7–9). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for ScrP- and Aβ42-treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. Data are means ± SEM. * P

    Article Snippet: Assessment of microvascular function in mice.Two days before the measurements, hair was removed from the flank area of the mouse using a combination of shaving and commercially available depilatory cream (Nair).

    Techniques: Mouse Assay

    M-3 recovers microvascular function in DIO mice and plasma Aβ42 correlates with microvascular responsiveness. ( A ) Plasma Aβ42 levels of DIO mice treated with M-3 or vehicle ( n = 8). ( B ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in vehicle- and M-3–treated DIO mice ( n = 9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for vehicle- and M-3–treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. PE, phenylephrine. ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in vehicle- and M-3–treated DIO mice ( n = 8). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for vehicle- and M-3–treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. Linear regression between plasma Aβ42 levels and ACh ( D ) and SNP ( E ) responses for experimental groups of mice. Data are means ± SEM. ** P

    Journal: The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    Article Title: Elevated circulating amyloid concentrations in obesity and diabetes promote vascular dysfunction

    doi: 10.1172/JCI122237

    Figure Lengend Snippet: M-3 recovers microvascular function in DIO mice and plasma Aβ42 correlates with microvascular responsiveness. ( A ) Plasma Aβ42 levels of DIO mice treated with M-3 or vehicle ( n = 8). ( B ) Endothelium-dependent microvascular responses induced by ACh in vehicle- and M-3–treated DIO mice ( n = 9). Quantitative analysis of ACh responses for vehicle- and M-3–treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT ACh response. PE, phenylephrine. ( C ) Endothelium-independent responses induced by SNP in vehicle- and M-3–treated DIO mice ( n = 8). Quantitative analysis of SNP responses for vehicle- and M-3–treated mice. The broken line denotes the RC-fed WT SNP response. Linear regression between plasma Aβ42 levels and ACh ( D ) and SNP ( E ) responses for experimental groups of mice. Data are means ± SEM. ** P

    Article Snippet: Assessment of microvascular function in mice.Two days before the measurements, hair was removed from the flank area of the mouse using a combination of shaving and commercially available depilatory cream (Nair).

    Techniques: Mouse Assay