In Vitro Oxidation of Low Density Lipoproteins
Oxidized low density lipoproteins (o-LDL) are considered to be causally involved in the formation of early atherosclerotic leasons1,2’3 Lipid peroxidation is an extremely complex process and the consequences for LDL are manifold (for review see 4).
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