Oxidized lipoproteins as the diagnostic target for cardiovascular diseases

@inproceedings{Sreeja2018OxidizedLA,
  title={Oxidized lipoproteins as the diagnostic target for cardiovascular diseases},
  author={Sj Sreeja and Anand Manoharan and Krishnan Venkataraman},
  year={2018}
}
Low HDL-cholesterol and high LDL-cholesterol in plasma have long been associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. The quantity of cholesterol associated with these lipoproteins is being traditionally used to predict CVD risk. However, recent studies have suggested that the quality and functionality of these lipoproteins are more important. The lipoproteins – HDL and LDL – undergo both enzymatic and non-enzymatic modifications which impair their functional capability and hence, test of… CONTINUE READING

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