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Studies on human serum lipoproteins in normal and diseased states

Lawrence Paul Aggerbeck

Studies on human serum lipoproteins in normal and diseased states

by Lawrence Paul Aggerbeck

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Written in English


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Statementby Lawrence Paul Aggerbeck.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 51903 (Q)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 155 leaves
Number of Pages155
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Open LibraryOL2019624M
LC Control Number90954903

@article{osti_, title = {Serum lipoprotein concentrations in cystic fibrosis}, author = {Vaughan, W J and Lindgren, F T and Whalen, J B and Abraham, S}, abstractNote = {Two major classes of lipoproteins, low density and high density, are decreased in the serum of patients with cystic fibrosis; major apoproteins are also decreased.. Since essential fatty acids and certain fat-soluble. ing 5% (v/v) lipoprotein-deficient human serum (final concentra- tion of protein, mg per ml) were added. Lipoproteins-Human LDL (d to g per ml), HDL (d to g per ml) and lipoprotein-deficient serum (d > g per ml) were prepared from single ml units of blood collected.

A family history of heart disease, especially heart disease that has occurred at an early age and/or sudden deaths from heart disease What happens during a lipoprotein (a) test? A health care professional will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm, using a small needle. • Lipoprotein metabolism was investigated in 69 patients with untreated active rheumatoid arthritis (n = 48) and in seronegative spondylarthropathies (n = 21). The patients had high inflammatory activity as measured by erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein (CRP). Serum cholesterol.

“Dietary Goals for the United States—Supplemental Views,” prepared by the Staff of the Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs, United States Senate, November , Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, pp R L Rizek, et al, “Fat in Today’s Food Supply—Level of Use and Sources,” J Am Oil Chem Soc, , Further research should focus on longer-term studies in healthy individuals as well as hyperinsulinaemic and diabetic subjects. For those individuals choosing to have a large number of small meals each day, it is relevant to emphasize that no untoward effects of increased meal frequency on lipids or lipoproteins have been demonstrated.


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Studies on human serum lipoproteins in normal and diseased states by Lawrence Paul Aggerbeck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lp(a)-lipoprotein of human serum, when isolated by ultracentrifugation and gelfiltration on Sepharose 4 B, may disaggregate into several components either spontaneously or by mild treatment with detergents: 1. A lipoprotein with characteristics of LDL2; 2. a lipid-free protein complex, which reacts immunologically with anti-Lp(a)-sera; 3.

albumin and 4. two other protein components, which were Cited by: Gustafson, A., Alaupovic, P., Furman, R.

H.: Studies of the composition and structure of serum lipoproteins. Separation and characterization of phospholipid-protein residue obtained by partial delipidation of very low density lipoprotein of human serum. Biochemistry 5, Cited by: The results we obtained demonstrated that changes in temperature and liposomal lipid composition affect the distribution of AmB in serum lipoproteins.

56 Human serum obtained from healthy volunteers was incubated with known concentrations of AmB or different liposomal formulations of AmB (1 to μg/ml) at 37°C for various time intervals (5.

Tschetter RT. Lipid analysis of the human cornea with and without arcus senilis. Arch Ophthalmol. Sep; 76 (3)– Walton KW, Campbell DA, Tonks EL. The significance of alterations in serum lipids in thyroid dysfunction.

The relation between serum lipoproteins, carotenoids and vitamin A in hypothyroidism and thyrotoxicosis. 23 The Lipid Research Clinics Population Studies Data Book, Volume 1, The Prevalence Study. Washington, DC: US Department of Health and Human Services; NIH publication No.

July Google Scholar; 24 Reaven GM. Role of insulin resistance in human disease. Diabetes. ; Crossref Medline Google ScholarCited by: Serum lipoprotein levels, especially among people with cardiovascular disease, may be a common and potentially modifiable risk factor for cognitive disorders.

The findings of studies that have investigated the relationship between serum lipoprotein levels and risk of cognitive impairment are conflicting. Evaluation of serum lipoprotein and cholesterol measurements as predictors of clinical complications of atherosclerosis: report of a cooperative study of lipoproteins and atherosclerosis.

() Circulation. Study Category: The Cohort Studies () Year Begun: Location: United States of America. Recently, a broader view of SAA expression and function has been emerging. Expression studies show local production of SAA proteins in histologically normal, atherosclerotic, Alzheimer, inflammatory, and tumor tissues.

Binding sites in the SAA protein for high density lipoproteins, calcium, laminin, and heparin/heparan-sulfate were described. With the development of techniques to separate proteins according to their electrophoretic characteristics, it was shown that most of the lipid present in serum was associated with proteins migrating with α 1 - and β-globulin mobilities.

This resulted in the first classification of lipoproteins according to their colocalization with other plasma proteins as α 1 - and β-lipoproteins.

Human studies are again restricted to the two U.S. occupational cohorts, as well as one follow-up study of the general population in Denmark. Leonard et al. () found no excesses for liver, pancreas, testicular, or breast cancer based on small numbers of deaths (8, 11, 1, and 2 respectively).

PMCID: PMC A STUDY OF SERUM LIPOPROTEINS IN NORMAL AND ATHEROSCLEROTIC PATIENTS BY PAPER ELECTROPHORETIC TECHNIQUES William P.

Jencks, Marion R. Hyatt, Mera R. Jetton, Thomas W. Mattingly, and E. Durrum 1 Department of Pharmacology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D. Isolation and characterization of the polypeptide components of the human serum lipoproteins are important for characterization of the lipoproteins themselves and for elucidation of their functions in health and disease.

The lipoproteins, which vary greatly in size and density, normally show characteristic density distributions among four major. CORNWELL DG, KRUGER FA, HAMWI GJ, BROWN JB. Studies on the characterization of human serum lipoproteins separated by ultracentrifugation in a density gradient.

Serum lipoproteins in normal, hyperthyroid and hypercholesterolemic subjects. Am J Clin Nutr. Jan-Feb; – Thus, men were eligible for the prospective study.

Serum concentrations of total cholesterol, TGs, and HDL-C were analyzed by standard methods. The concentration of LDL-C was determined according to the Friedewald formula.

10 Approximately % of the study population had a TG level greater than mmol/L [> mg/dL], where the. Human full-time placenta, maternal and venous cord blood were sampled at delivery from the pregnant women with serum total cholesterol (TC) concentrations at third trimester higher than mM (n.

Abstract. The possibility that plasma lipoproteins may be involved in human vascular disease or may act as indicators of such disease states has initiated much interest in the physicochemical properties of these macro-molecules 1–le and rapid methods that can be widely used to extend the correlation between disease and the properties of macromolecules could have considerable clinical.

Electrophoretic and ultracentrifugal analysis of serum lipoproteins of normal, nephrotic and hypertensive persons. Circulation. May; 7 (5)– McGINLEY J, JONES H, GOFMAN J. Lipoproteins and xanthomatous diseases.

J Invest Dermatol. Jul; 19 (1)– BARR DP, RUSS EM, EDER HA. Protein-lipid relationships in human plasma. A minimum of ten distinct species of lipoproteins may be found in human serum, differ- ing from one another physically in density of the molecule and in ultra- centrifugal flotation rates, has been described.4 Broadly, the ]ipoproteins may be segregated into major groups, the so-called "low density lipopro- teins" (density less than ) and.

Human plasma is a complex solution containing many proteins, probably hundreds, some of which are present only in trace quantities. The distribution of these proteins in the normal adult shows an amazing degree of uniformity.

However, in disease states considerable variation in the quantity of the. No close correlation was found in this age group between the level of S f 10–20 lipoprotein molecules in the sera and (1) the duration of the diabetic state, (2) the degree of control, (3) the severity of the disease, (4) the analytic serum cholesterol levels, or (5) the dietary intake of fat per unit of body weight.

Juan Zhang, Ya Cao, in Nano-Inspired Biosensors for Protein Assay with Clinical Applications, Diabetes. Glycated human serum albumin (GHSA) is formed through nonenzymatic glycation of HSA by excess circulating sugar and it influences the normal HAS functions.

Diabetic patients own 2–5 times higher levels of a typical diabetic GHSA in glucose metabolism of both adipocyte cells and. Serum triglyceride levels were also in the normal range, with women averaging 76 ± 37 mg/dL, and male values running moderately higher at 98 ± 67 mg/dL.

These lipid values did not differ significantly from those of the patients enrolled in the conventional treatment group of the study.Trends in Serum Lipids and Lipoproteins of Adults, Article (PDF Available) in JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association (14) October with Reads.