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BACKGROUND Mortality estimates can measure and monitor the impacts of conflict on a population, guide humanitarian efforts, and help to better understand the public health impacts of conflict. Vital statistics registration and surveillance systems are rarely functional in conflict settings, posing a challenge of estimating mortality using retrospective(More)
The exposure of apolipoproteins at the surface of human plasma high density lipoproteins (HDL) was assessed by their accessibility to agarose-immobilized forms of trypsin and chymotrypsin. Proteolysis of lipid-free apolipoproteins and the lipoprotein subfractions HDL2 (d = 1.08--1.125 g/ml) and HDL3 (d = 1.125--1.195 g/ml) that differ in lipid-to-protein(More)
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