Work drugs have been tested on laboratory mice with a diagnosis of atherosclerosis.
It is reported by the American specialist Neil Mansukhani that represents northwestern University in Chicago. The results of the study presented in the conference ATVB 2018 in San Francisco, reports Rus.Media.
American scientists have created nanonic which can remove cholesterol plaque and fat build-up in arteries and other blood vessels. Work drugs have been tested on laboratory mice with a diagnosis of atherosclerosis.
Experts conducted an experiment with a short protein molecules, which when released into the blood themselves going into threadlike chains. They had the modification, as a result of “head” in the structure resembled a key part of apoA1. It is responsible for cleansing the cells from excess fat, including cholesterol.
According to the plan, the bone will cling to fatty plaque, and tear them from the surface vessel and sent to the liver for disintegration and subsequent elimination from the bloodstream.