Animal models of plaque rupture and plaque associated thrombosis.
|39–54-month-old pigs with inherited hyper=LDL cholesterolemia.||ApoE−/− mice after squeezing the aorta supplemented between forceps. |
|42–54-week old ApoE−/− mice.||Hypercholesterolemic rabbits subjected to balloon injury. |
|Dahl salt-sensitive hypertensive transgenic rats for human cholesteryl ester transfer protein.||Atherosclerotic ApoE−/− mice subjected to photochemical injury. |
|—||Intraperitoneal injection of Russell’s viper venom in New Zealand White rabbits intermittently fed with high cholesterol diet. |
|Intraperitoneal injection of Russel’s viper venom in Watanabe heritable hyperlipidemic rabbits, in combination with the administration of serotonin or angiotensin II.|