lipoproteins


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lipoproteins

n., pl. lipoproteínas, proteínas combinadas con compuestos lípidos que contienen una concentración alta de colesterol.
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Such is the case with the relationship between lipoproteins (LP's) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Cholesterol cannot be transported freely in the blood, but is carried by molecules called lipoproteins.
The cut lines are limited to adolescents aged 12-20 years who had measurements of fasting blood lipoproteins.
Research has also documented that serum lipoproteins and some lipoprotein subclasses are altered as a consequence of menopause, resulting in a more atherogenic lipid profile.
Healthcare professionals generally agree that high-density lipoproteins are good, while low-density lipoproteins are bad.
It is characterized by a severe deficiency or absence of high-density lipoproteins in plasma.
Two major classes of lipoproteins shuttle cholesterol around in blood.
A key factor in reaching that ripe old age appears to be maintaining good lipid profiles, especially high levels of high-density lipoproteins or HDLs.
But for people whose eyes glaze over when the subject turns to trans unsaturated fat and low-density lipoproteins, that's a lot easier said than done.
A skilled researcher and teacher, Jones' principal research interests include lipoprotein physiology, lipid and lipoprotein measurement methodology, and cardiovascular risk stratification -- particularly the role of HDL, triglyceride-rich lipoproteins and lipoprotein(a).
Objective: To evaluate changes in serum lipoproteins in primiparous women with eclampsia and compare it with pregnant women having normal blood pressure.