Cholesterol content of red blood cells and low-density lipoproteins in hypertriglyceridemia.


The red blood cells and the low-density lipoproteins in hypertriglyceridemia have a lower ratio of unesterified cholesterol to phospholipid than normal. The low-density lipoproteins are also smaller and more dense in hypertriglyceridemia, and contain only 45% of the normal unesterified cholesterol mass. The phase behavior of the lipids shows that normal red… (More)


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