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Lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)] is a cholesterol-rich lipoprotein that is distinguished by its content of a glycoprotein called apolipoprotein(a) [apo(a)]. Apo(a) varies in size among individuals owing to different numbers of cysteine-rich sequences that are homologous to kringle 4 of plasminogen. The genetic basis for this variation is not understood at the genomic(More)
There is an increasing importance of scintigraphy for the assessment of microcirculation in the myocardium. In animal experiments advantages and disadvantages of negative and positive representation of ischemic myocardiac areas were tried, after experimental infarction in particular. The results by computer scintigraphy prove that positive representation(More)
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