Unacylated Ghrelin is associated with the isolated low HDL-cholesterol obese phenotype independently of insulin resistance and CRP level

@inproceedings{Nogueira2012UnacylatedGI,
  title={Unacylated Ghrelin is associated with the isolated low HDL-cholesterol obese phenotype independently of insulin resistance and CRP level},
  author={Juan-Patricio Nogueira and Marie Maraninchi and Sophie B{\'e}liard and Anne Marie Lorec and Bruno Berthet and Audrey B{\'e}gu-Le Corroller and No{\'e}mie Dubois and Rachel Grangeot and Catherine Mattei and Jean Gaudart and Alain Nicolay and Henri Portugal and Bernard Vialettes and Ren{\'e} Val{\'e}ro},
  booktitle={Nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Low plasma high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-c) level is commonly present in obesity and represents an independent cardiovascular risk factor. However, obese patients are a very heterogeneous population and the factors and mechanisms that contribute to low HDL-c remain unclear. The aim of this study was to investigate the association… CONTINUE READING