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HDL: Can the Lab Help the Clinicians Determine "Who’s On First”?- part 3

HDL: Can the Lab Help the…

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IMProved Reduction of Outcomes: Vytorin Efficacy International Trial (IMPROVE IT): Design and Baseline Data [1 of 2]

IMProved Reduction of Out…

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Commentary regarding the angioplasty and stent of President George W. Bush

Commentary regarding the …

Commentary from T...

The Ying and Yang of Lipid-modifying agents: PCSK9 inhibitors

The Ying and Yang of Lipi…

The Ying and Yang...

Cellular Regulation Of Sterols part1

Cellular Regulation Of St…

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NMR Spectroscopy: First vs. Second Generation Spectrometers

NMR Spectroscopy: First vs. Second Generation Spectrometers

 Clinicians have been using 400 MHz NMR derived lipoprotein particle counts since the late 1990s. Very recently second generation, more powerful. 600 MHz spectrometers became available. This lecture helps one understand NMR technology an...

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Commentary on the recent J Cardiovascular Translational Research article: Does APOE Genotype Modify the Relations Between Serum Lipid and Erythrocyte Omega-3 Fatty Acid Levels

Commentary on the recent J C…

It has long been “received wisdom” that patients who ca...

Gravity and Insulin: the Dynamic Duo

Gravity and Insulin: the Dyn…

Last week I wrote about how carbohydrates are effectively a performance-enhan...

Basics Of Lipid Trafficking Part 1

Basics Of Lipid Trafficking …

This interactive presentation, reviews basic cholesterol classification, distin...

COMMENTARY: Omega-3 Fatty Ac…

A recent paper in PNAS from Hoshi et al.* at Penn concluded… “DHA lowers blood ...

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