High density lipoprotein subfractions: isolation, composition, and their duplicitous role in oxidation.

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The plasma HDLs represent a major class of cholesterol-transporting lipoprotein that can be divided into two distinct subfractions, HDL(2) and HDL(3), by ultracentrifugation. Existing methods for the subfractionation of HDL requires lengthy ultracentrifugations, making them unappealing for large-scale studies. We describe a method that subfractionates HDL… (More)

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@article{McPherson2007HighDL, title={High density lipoprotein subfractions: isolation, composition, and their duplicitous role in oxidation.}, author={Peter Andrew C. McPherson and Ian S Young and Bronac M McKibben and Jane McEneny}, journal={Journal of lipid research}, year={2007}, volume={48 1}, pages={86-95} }