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The lipid and apolipoprotein states of 74 men (mean age 49.96 +/- 5.9 years) were studied 24 h before coronary bypass surgery and their results were compared with those of a control group of 78 men (mean age 48.88 +/- 5.41 years). Apolipoproteins C-III (apo C-III) and E (apo E) were determined in particles with (LpB) and without (nonLpB) apo B separated(More)
Lipids, apolipoproteins, and LpAI and LpAI:AII particles were studied in 43 men (mean age 51, SD 7, years) 24 h before their coronary bypass surgery and in 54 control men (mean age 46 SD 9, years). LpAI and LpAI:AII were analyzed by electroimmunodiffusion and by a noncompetitive enzyme-linked immunoassay, respectively. Concentrations of LpAI and LpAI:AII in(More)
Latex immunoturbidimetric (ITA) and immunonephelemetric (INA) assays, were evaluated and compared to a radioimmunological assay (RIA) for the determination of serum myoglobin. Within-run and between-run assays and accuracy and linearity studies gave satisfactory results, very similar to those of RIA. Results were closely correlated with those of RIA for 100(More)
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