Apolipoprotein(a): A natural reg ...by
Dr. Rubens D.Apolipoprotein(a): A natural regulator of inflammation
26 dec 2008--In a study to be published... a role of apo(a) in leukocyte recruitment have identified a novel activity of apo(a) apolipoprotein...
I have discovered my ApoE statusby
Dr. Brian M.
I just got my ApoE results back from 23andMe.com . When I ordered the test, the first question I posed to readers was whether it was wise to even find out whether or not I have the epsilon 4 allele. One commentator, "Agent
Higher level ...by
Dr. Rubens D.
Higher levels in blood of the protein clusterin, also known as apolipoprotein J... in clusterin levels, after adjusting for age, sex, education level, apolipoprotein E status, diabetes...
To B or not to Bby
Dr. William D.
Apoprotein B (apo B) is the principle protein that resides in LDL particles along with other proteins, phospholipids, triglycerides, and, of course, cholesterol.
There's a curious thing about apo B. Just like one child p
Population prevalence of the ApoE4 geneby
Dr. Brian M.
Regarding the Alzheimer genotype, I just did a little research regarding the prevalence of the ApoE epsilon 4 allele (the allele that predisposes to Alzheimer disease). Depending on the study you read, about 20% of the
is REALLY cool. Like...wow. You can see it here: http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html. The guy who took this is HARDCORE!
I'll write a real post later but this is so awesome I had to share it!
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