Antigenic Differences between apo-B in Native and Circulating Modified Low-Density Lipoproteins
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The state of apo-B in native and circulating modified low-density lipoproteins was studied by solid-phase enzyme immunoassay. We studied the interaction of these particles with monoclonal antibodies to apo-B of low-density lipoproteins. Native and circulating modified low-density lipoproteins had different affinity for the studied antigens. Our results illustrate conformational changes in apo-B of circulating modified low-density lipoproteins compared to native low-density lipoproteins. These changes probably contribute to increased accumulation of particles in vascular cells and their transformation into foam cells giving way to atherosclerotic vascular lesions.
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