Lipoprotein A-I structure.


High density lipoproteins are produced by the liver as protein-lipid complexes with a characteristic discoidal shape. A crystal structure is available for the chief protein component of these complexes, apolipoprotein A-I, but controversy about how this protein is situated with respect to the lipid components has flourished for lack of experimental… (More)


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@article{Koppaka1999LipoproteinAS, title={Lipoprotein A-I structure.}, author={Vishwanath Koppaka and Paul H. Axelsen}, journal={Trends in cardiovascular medicine}, year={1999}, volume={9 7}, pages={192-5} }