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Cardiovascular biology: 'Good' fat may cut heart disease

Too much dietary fat is associated with heart disease, but one type of fat could help to combat atherosclerosis.Ebru Erbay at Bilkent University in Ankara and her colleagues studied a mouse model of atherosclerosis, in which the animals develop fatty plaques in their arteries.
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