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Fig. 4 | Lipids in Health and Disease

Fig. 4

From: HDL in diabetic nephropathy has less effect in endothelial repairing than diabetes without complications

Fig. 4

Glycated HDL is less efficient in promoting HUVEC migration than normal HDL. a HUVEC monolayers were manually scratched and treated with PBS(C), N-HDL (N), G-HDL (G) at the 100 ug/ml apoA-I for 10 h. Migration into the wound was photographed (50X objective lens). The red line indicated the scratch edge. b Distance between gaps was measured, and the results were expressed as percentage of various HDL-treated cells in comparison with control. c HUVECs were treated with PBS(C), N-HDL (N), or G-HDL (G) respectively at 100 ug/ml apoA-I for 10 h in transwell assay. d Migratory cells were counted, and the results were expressed as percentages of various HDL -treated cells in comparison with control (**p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001; one-way ANOVA)

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