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August 20, 2010

Volume 285Issue 34p25875-26726, e9-e11, e99961, le13-le14
Open Access
On The Cover: The image represents a photograph of a mouse aorta. This aorta was dissected from an ApoE knock-out mouse following 4 weeks of infusion with angiotensin II. The aorta was opened to reveal the luminal surface and stained with Oil Red O, which highlights areas of lipid/cholesterol deposition in the subintimal space, thereby identifying atherosclerotic lesions. The photo centers on the aortic arch and the major vessels extending from the arch (subclavian and carotid arteries). For details see the article by McAllister-Lucas et al., pages 25880–25884....
On The Cover: The image represents a photograph of a mouse aorta. This aorta was dissected from an ApoE knock-out mouse following 4 weeks of infusion with angiotensin II. The aorta was opened to reveal the luminal surface and stained with Oil Red O, which highlights areas of lipid/cholesterol deposition in the subintimal space, thereby identifying atherosclerotic lesions. The photo centers on the aortic arch and the major vessels extending from the arch (subclavian and carotid arteries). For details see the article by McAllister-Lucas et al., pages 25880–25884.

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