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To determine the influence of weight reduction on plasma lipoproteins, studies were carried out in 15 nondiabetic patients of varying degrees of obesity and four obese insulin-dependent diabetics. All studies were carried out on a metabolic ward and patients underwent three dietary periods:...
The relationships of lipoprotein cholesterol and triglyceride among lipoprotein fractions have potential significance for understanding atherogenesis and distinguishing among different classes of hyperlipidemia. We have compared these relationships in normolipidemic, hypercholesterolemic,...
Turnover rates of the apolipoprotein of low density lipoproteins (apoLDL) and cholesterol balance were determined in six obese men and six control men. The two groups were of similar age and matched for apoLDL concentrations. Levels of plasma total cholesterol in obese patients (209 ± 14...
Lipoprotein triglyceride and cholesterol concentrations and characteristics are described in normolipidemic and in three categories of hyperlipidemic subjects participating in the Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Company Health Survey. For this study, 350 white participants 20 to 59 years of age...
Platelet survival times were studied in 40 patients (21 white and 19 black) with coronary artery disease and stable effort induced angina pectoris. The platelet survival times of 19 white controls (9.27 ± 0.49 days; mean ± SD) were not significantly different from those of 12 black...
Following aortic balloon deendothelialization, rabbits develop a neointima composed of smooth muscle cells and extracellular connective tissue. Injury this neointima with a balloon catheter results in the accumulation of platelet aggregates and fibrin on the vessel surface. We studied platelet...
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