Silence of long intergenic noncoding RNA HOTAIR ameliorates oxidative stress and inflammation response in ox‐LDL‐treated human macrophages by upregulating miR‐330‐5p

Volume: 234, Issue: 4, Pages: 5134 - 5142
Published: Sep 6, 2018
Abstract
Evidence of the involvement of long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) in atherosclerosis is growing but still not well characterized. Here, we concentrated on the biological roles of lncRNA HOX transcription antisense RNA (HOTAIR) in atherosclerosis. In our study, we found that oxidized low‐density lipoprotein (ox‐LDL) induced human macrophages THP‐1 cells apoptosis dose dependently and time dependently. Meanwhile, HOTAIR was significantly increased in...
Paper Details
Title
Silence of long intergenic noncoding RNA HOTAIR ameliorates oxidative stress and inflammation response in ox‐LDL‐treated human macrophages by upregulating miR‐330‐5p
Published Date
Sep 6, 2018
Volume
234
Issue
4
Pages
5134 - 5142
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