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Cholesterol 27-Hydroxylase but Not Apolipoprotein apoE Contributes to A(2A) Adenosine Receptor Stimulated Reverse Cholesterol Transport
Bingham TC; Parathath S; Tian H; Reiss A; Chan E; Fisher EA; Cronstein BN
2012 Feb;35(1):49-57, Inflammation
— id: 122556, year: 2012, vol: 35, page: 49, stat: Journal Article,
Liver X Receptors (LXRs) Mediate Adenosine-regulated Reverse Cholesterol Transport and Form Cell Formation
Tian, HH; Bingham, T; Cronstein, BN