HDL measures, particle heterogeneity, proposed nomenclature, and relation to atherosclerotic cardiovascular events.

@article{Rosenson2011HDLMP,
  title={HDL measures, particle heterogeneity, proposed nomenclature, and relation to atherosclerotic cardiovascular events.},
  author={Robert S Rosenson and Hollis B Brewer and Martin John Chapman and Sergio Fazio and M. Mahmood Hussain and Anatol Kontush and Ronald M. Krauss and James D. Otvos and Alan T Remaley and Ernst J. Schaefer},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={57 3},
  pages={392-410}
}
BACKGROUND A growing body of evidence from epidemiological data, animal studies, and clinical trials supports HDL as the next target to reduce residual cardiovascular risk in statin-treated, high-risk patients. For more than 3 decades, HDL cholesterol has been employed as the principal clinical measure of HDL and cardiovascular risk associated with low HDL-cholesterol concentrations. The physicochemical and functional heterogeneity of HDL present important challenges to investigators in the… CONTINUE READING

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