Association of high-density lipoprotein with development of metabolic syndrome components: a five-year follow-up in adults

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BACKGROUND High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is associated with the incidence of metabolic syndrome (MetS). It is unclear whether subjects with different HDL levels develop different components of MetS over time. Our study aimed to determine what MetS components tend to emerge and change relative to different levels of HDL. METHODS During the period 2007 to… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12889-015-1747-9

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@inproceedings{Liu2015AssociationOH, title={Association of high-density lipoprotein with development of metabolic syndrome components: a five-year follow-up in adults}, author={Xiangtong Liu and Lixin Tao and Kai Cao and Zhaoping Wang and Dongning Chen and Jin Guo and Huiping Zhu and Xinghua Yang and Youxin Wang and Jingjing Wang and Chao Wang and Long Liu and Xiuhua Guo}, booktitle={BMC public health}, year={2015} }