Abstract| Volume 252, e108-e109, September 2016

High density lipoproteins exert pro-inflammatory effects on macrophages via passive cholesterol depletion and PKC-NF-kb/stat1-irf1 signaling

      Objectives: Membrane cholesterol is known to modulate a variety of cell signaling pathways and functions. While cholesterol depletion by High-Density-Lipoproteins (HDL) has potent anti-inflammatory effects in various cell types, its effects on inflammatory responses in macrophages remain ill defined.
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