Hyperlipidemia, with high low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides, and low high-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels (<40 mg/dL in men and <45 mg/dL in women), is a known major cardiovascular risk factor.
What does Lp(a) stand for?
Lp(a) stands for Lipoprotein (A)
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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.
Lipoprotein glomerulopathy is a rare disease caused by glomerular lipoprotein thrombi formation in association with increased levels of serum apolipoprotein E.
The solution for cholesterol was to combine itself with a protein molecule, thus becoming a lipoprotein water-soluble complex
Nutraceutical: Soy isoflavones Indication: Lipoprotein levels (postmenopausal women) Source: Menopause, Oct 2, 2006;[Epub ahead of print].
Lipoprotein lipase removes triglycerides from VLDLs so that the triglycerides can be used or stored.
University of British Columbia (Vancouver, CA) has patented a single point mutation in the human lipoprotein lipase gene which results in an A.