Disruption of the Cathepsin K gene reduces atherosclerosis progression and induces plaque fibrosis but accelerates macrophage foam cell formation

E. Lutgens, S. P.M. Lutgens, B. C.G. Faber, S. Heeneman, M. M.J. Gijbels, M. P.J. De Winther, P. Frederik, I. Van Der Made, A. Daugherty, A. M. Sijbers, A. Fisher, C. J. Long, P. Saftig, D. Black, M. J.A.P. Daemen, K. B.J.M. Cleutjens

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