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From: Diet-induced increase in plasma oxidized LDL promotes early fibrosis in a renal porcine auto-transplantation model

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High-fat diet increased plasma cholesterol and OxLDL levels in transplanted pigs. A) Time course evolution of plasmatic total cholesterol levels measured on the day of transplantation (D0) and after surgery, in pigs fed either a normal (white) or a high-fat diet (grey); B) Time course evolution of plasma OxLDL levels. High-fat diet did not change graft function recovery assessed by plasma creatinine level monitoring, C) Time course evolution of plasmatic creatinine measured on the day of transplantation (D0) and after surgery; D) Time course determination of plasma SOD activity. Values significantly different from the normal diet group are indicated by *: p < 0.05; **: p < 0.01 and from the D0 time point by †: p < 0.05; ††: p < 0.01; †††: p < 0.001.

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