J P Amerijckx

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Plasma levels of apoproteins A-I, A-II and B and apoprotein/lipid ratios were determined in 43 patients (14 male and 29 female) on the second to the sixth day after gastrointestinal surgery. During this period, all the patients received i. v. 5% dextrose solutions only. Apoprotein levels (A-I, A-II and B), total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol and phospholipid(More)
Plasma and chylous ascites lipoproteins were compared in a rare case of exudative enteropathy associated with stenosis of the thoracic duct. All ascites lipoproteins separated by ultracentrifugation showed a much higher triglyceride/protein ratio and a lower cholesterol ester content than their plasma counterparts. Polyarcylamide gel electrophoresis of(More)
In 101 alcoholic patients, plasma apolipoproteins A-I, A-II and B, and lipids were studied in relation to liver function tests, albumin and bilirubin. As compared with controls, the entire population revealed a slight increase in triglycerides, transaminases and bilirubin, and a marked increase in gamma glutamyl transferase. The population was divided into(More)
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