Dangerous plaques in blood vessels rupture by overproducing protein busting enzymes
SEATTLE -- University of Washington (UW) researchers have gathered evidence that dangerous plaques in blood vessels can rupture by overproducing protein-digesting enzymes. Plaques are fat-laden...
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