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The C apolipoproteins are normally transferred to high density llpoprotelns (HDL) after lipolysis of very low density llpoproteln (VLDL) trlglycerlde. In previous studies, a loss of plasma C apolipoproteins was documented after heparin-induced lipolysis In hypertriglyceridemic subjects. The...
Comparative localization of apollpoprotelns (apo) B and A In small, raised fibrolipid lesions was performed to determine whether low density llpoprotelns (LDL) and high density lipoprotelns (HDL) may be involved In the formation of the earliest Identifiable llpld-rich core regions found In...
In this Investigation In cultured human fibroblasts, an attempt was made to determine the optimal metabolism of apolipoprotein (apo) B-100 llpoprotelns from normolipidemic human subjects. We supplemented culture systems containing 1KHlpoprotelns wtth exogenous recomblnant or plasmatlc apo E-3....
Recent evidence Indicates that measurement of apoprotelns may enhance evaluation of coronary heart disease risk. The purpose of the present study was to identify factors associated with Interindlvldual variation In apoprotelns (apo) A-l, A-ll, and B and lipoproteln lipid levels In 541 healthy...
Berg et al. (Clln Genet 1986;30:515–520) have reported that an Xba I DNA polymorphic site in exon 26 of the apolipoprotein (apo) B gene Is associated both with the Ag(x/y) Immunochemlcal polymorphism and with elevated serum llpoprotein levels. Ma et al. (Arteriosclerosis 1987;7:301–305) have...
The objective of this study was to examine multiple risk factors and correlated malignant neoplasms of blackfoot disease (BFD), a unique peripheral vascular disease related to continuous exposure to high-arsenic artesian well water. A total of 241 BFD cases, Including 169 with spontaneous or...
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