The high 18: 1 canola and high 16: 0 palm olein resulted in almost identical plasma and lipoprotein
Serum low density lipoprotein
cholesterol was calculated by Frederickson-Friedwald's formula according to which LDL-C = TC-HDL-C-VLDL cholesterol.
Relationship of plasma lipoprotein
Lp(a) levels to race and to apolipoprotein B," Arteriosclerosis, vol.
As it is specified in table (1), the number of the mean of the post-test of high density lipoprotein
, the ratio of high density lipoprotein
to low density lipoprotein
and the concentration of triglyceride is more than the number of the mean of the pre-test.
12] Methylprednisone administered to normal rats for 8 days increased TG and almost doubled TC,  probably owing to a reduction in lipoprotein
lipase activity and decreased HDL cholesterol.
Blood samples were collected after 12 hours of fasting in the vacutainers for estimation of glucose, lipoprotein
(a), lipid profile, Bun and creatinine.
The components of the typical lipoprotein
panel are the lipids cholesterol and triglyceride, as well as 3 lipoproteins
: high-density lipoprotein
(HDL), low-density lipoprotein
(LDL), and very low-density lipoprotein
Like the Copenhagen City Heart Study, the Very Large Database of Lipids will provide a fruitful platform for investigation of lipoproteins
and mortality, with the latter database having the distinctive advantage of directly measured remnant lipoprotein
(a) and risk of myocardial infarction--genetic epidemiologic evidence of causality.
remnants such as VLDL, lipoprotein
B, and apolipoprotein CIII (apoC-III) are related to the progression of CAD.
(a) and other risk factors in children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and children without diabetes.
Collection of blood samples for lipoprotein
Researchers also found that bariatric surgery can markedly improve the lipoprotein
profiles of women within a year following surgery, according to a study published in the August 1,2010 issue of the Journal of Lipid Research.
Two common variants in the lipoprotein
(a) gene have been found to correlate with both plasma lipoprotein
levels and the risk of coronary disease, according to Dr.
glomerulopathy is a rare disease caused by glomerular lipoprotein
thrombi formation in association with increased levels of serum apolipoprotein E.