The lipoprotein fraction between VLDL and LDL detected by biphasic agarose gel electrophoresis reflects serum remnant lipoprotein and Lp(a) concentrations.

@article{Sato2006TheLF,
  title={The lipoprotein fraction between VLDL and LDL detected by biphasic agarose gel electrophoresis reflects serum remnant lipoprotein and Lp(a) concentrations.},
  author={Itsuko Sato and Takahiro Taniguchi and Yuichi Ishikawa and Mari Kusuki and Fujio Hayashi and Masahiko Mukai and Seiji Kawano and S Kondo and Shizuya Yamashita and Shunichi Kumagai},
  journal={Journal of atherosclerosis and thrombosis},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          55-61
        }
}
We analyzed lipoprotein profiles in 616 Japanese by biphasic agarose gel electrophoresis using Chol/Trig Combo(TM) to yield HDL, VLDL, LDL and CM fractions which were stained with cholesterol and triglyceride reagents, respectively. To further evalute the pattern of electrophoresis, we analyzed the fraction between VLDL and LDL to confirm the possibility of a MidBand by using an automatic-five-fraction function. The cholesterol concentrations in MidBand (MidBand-C) showed a good correlation to… 

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