Figure 3: Presence of Apolipoprotein(a), Oxidation-Specific Epitopes, and Autotaxin in Grade 1 of Aortic Valve Disease
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Sequential sections stained for calcification with alizarin red S and macrophages (CD68) (upper panel), apolipoprotein(a) (LPA4) and autotaxin (ATX) (middle panel) as well as oxidized phospholipids (EO6) and malondialdehyde epitopes (MDA2) (lower panel). Note the lack of calcified areas as well as the predominantly extracellular co-localization of the different antigens. In all panels, the aortic side of the valve is at the top.