Apolipoprotein b

What is Apolipoprotein b?

Apolipoprotein B (ApoB) are the primary apolipoproteins of chylomicrons and low-density lipoproteins which are responsible for carrying cholesterol to tissues.

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I have a prolaspe value that I have had all my life. It seems to be effecting my medical coverage. My father died of a heart attack at 56, he...

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my lab report indicate the following: cholesterol 149, triglycerides 67, HDL CHOL., Direct 42, HDL as % of cholesterol 28, LIPOPROT. (LDL) DIRECT...

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Though the total LDL-P is important, the number of small LDL particles is even more important.

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