Isolation and analysis of human plasma lipoproteins accumulating postprandial in an intermediate density fraction (d 1.006-1.019 g/ml)

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Abstract

Plasma lipoprotein patterns have generally been determined in the fasting state. However, there is evidence from turnover and dietary studies for short-living "remnants" or "intermediate particles" accumulating postprandial. In this study we have been able to identify, isolate and partially characterize by immunochemical, chemical and ultrastructural means at least two different lipoprotein populations accumulating 6 h postprandial in the intermediate density fraction d 1.006-1.019 g/ml of healthy volunteers. © 1974.

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Fellin, R., Agostini, B., Rost, W., & Seidel, D. (1974). Isolation and analysis of human plasma lipoproteins accumulating postprandial in an intermediate density fraction (d 1.006-1.019 g/ml). Clinica Chimica Acta, 54(3), 325–333. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-8981(74)90250-2

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