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apob

[′ā‚päb]
(meteorology)
An observation of pressure, temperature, and relative humidity taken aloft by means of an aerometeorograph; a type of aircraft sounding.
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Polymorphisms of the ApoB gene were determined by real-time PCR (ABI 7500 fast, Applied Biosystems, USA), using the TaqMan Universal PCR Master Mix (Applied Biosystems, USA), genomic DNA template (20 ng), and specific TaqMan probe assay [APOB: rs104 2031 (-12669C> T; assay ID: C_7615381_20) and rs693 (-7673G>A; assay ID: C_7615420_20)].
ApoB, on the other hand, is an analytically robust, well-characterized protein with standardized reference material available.
The simulations carried out suggest that the ApoB / ApoA1 ratio is among all the lipid markers, the best marker of the effect of saturated fat on the risk of CVD, a result that is of great importance for public health, because it means that focus the evaluation of CVD risk of a single lipid marker, such as LDL-cholesterol, does not allow the evaluation of the net clinical effects of nutrient intake on cardiovascular risk.
Molecules, such as APOB, ATM, MIA3, MICAL2, REST, TRAF1, UTP18, TRAPPC8, CCDC88A, and SNAPC1 in the network were shown to bind directly to UBC (ubiquitin C) by proteomic analyses of ubiquitylated proteomes [12-15], suggesting that the various cellular functions including protein degradation by ubiquitylation may play a role for the expression of muscle color in chickens though the specific roles of each factor in regulating muscle color development need further investigations.
Furthermore, a stepwise multivariate regression analysis confirmed the independent risk factors for CIMT, including ApoB, UACR, and IL-6.
For the patients who did not have a mutation in LDLR gene, sequencing analysis for APOB and PCSK9 has been performed.
Consequently this study and analysis were done to examine association of obesity with apoB, apoA-I, and apoC-III content of both non-HDL and HDL.
Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is a genetic disorder associated with autosomal dominant mutations in any of 3 genes namely LDLR, ApoB, and PCSK9.
Secondary outcomes assessed were blood lipid profiles including total cholesterol (TC), LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides (TG), and apolipoprotein B (apoB).
Measuring non-HDL and or apoB a lipoprotein that carries bad cholesterol through the blood, provides a more accurate assessment for heart disease risk, as they account for the total 'bad cholesterol' found in the blood.
Consuming tree nuts, such as walnuts, pistachios, macadamias, pecans, cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, and Brazil nuts, lowers total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, and ApoB, the primary protein found in LDL cholesterol, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis of studies.