Impaired compensation to femoral artery ligation in diet-induced obese mice is primarily mediated via suppression of collateral growth by Nox2 and p47phox

Matthew R. DiStasi, Julie A. Mund, H. Glenn Bohlen, Steven J. Miller, David A. Ingram, Michael C. Dalsing, Joseph L. Unthank

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