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Malate dehydrogenase, lipoprotein lipase, hepatic lipase and total lipase activities were measured colorimetry (Huaying Biotechnology and Science Inc.
This process requires cholesterylesler transfer protein (CETP) to enrich with TG, after which hepatic lipase hydrolyses the TG.
It seems that ethanol lead to inhibition of hepatic lipase, so was increased the LDL-cholesterol [17, 21].
Genome-wide association study of advanced age-related macular degeneration identifies a role of the hepatic lipase gene (LIPC).
CGA also led to higher activity of hepatic lipase (HL), lower contents of TG and FFA in liver, and lower activity of lipoprotein lipase (LPL) in skeletal muscle.
Furthermore they have suggested that increased hepatic lipase activity was the main cause of low HDL in the Turkish population.
AF253319), choriogenin 2 (E = 1e-45), choriogenin 3 (E = 4e-43), coagulation factor XI (E = 3e-12), ER[alpha] (E = 1e-71), glycosylate reductase (E = 3e-14), hepatic lipase precursor (E = 7e-6), 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A (CoA) reductase (E = 9e-51), low-molecular-mass protein 2 (E = 2e-12), transferrin (E = 8e-26), ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme 9 (the cDNA clone is 87% identical at the 5' end to an EST clone (GenBank accession no.
They discovered that hepatic lipase activity was just over 50 percent higher in men than in women.