Mammalian Low Density Lipoproteins

  • G. D. Calvert


During the past few years considerable advances have been made in the study of mammalian plasma low density lipoproteins. Although human LDL is of prime interest, mainly because of its association with atherosclerosis, many studies can most satisfactorily be carried out on animals, including work on the mechanisms of LDL production and metabolism, the effects of dietary changes, and LDL involvement in atherogenesis. If knowledge were more complete it might be logical to discuss animal LDL under such functional headings, but as the emerging picture is still fragmentary it is simpler to discuss each animal separately before making some general comments on mammalian LDL.


Cholesteryl Ester Squirrel Monkey Plasma Lipoprotein Killer Whale Serum Lipoprotein 
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  • G. D. Calvert
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Clinical BiochemistryFlinders Medical CentreBedford ParkAustralia

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