Increased oxidation of LDL in patients with coronary artery disease is independent from dietary vitamins E and C.


There is increasing experimental evidence that oxidation of LDL plays a major role in the pathogenesis of coronary artery disease (CAD). However, results from clinical studies on LDL oxidation and CAD are not consistent. In most studies only single plasma factors of LDL oxidation have been determined. We studied 207 patients who underwent coronary… (More)


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