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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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Therefore, we aimed to investigate the independent and joint effects of Ave common variants (rs1042034, rs2163204, rs512535, rs676210, and rs679899) of the APOB gene on the risk of HL in the Yugur population.
12-14 ApoB mainly exists in LDL and chylomicron, which reflects the number of LDL particles.
FH is known to be caused by genetic variations in LDLR (Low density lipoprotein receptor), ApoB (Apolipoprotein B) and PCSK9 (Proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9) genes (Rader et al.
In this study the researchers showed that calorie-restricted mice produced less apoB.
Serum or plasma samples from 1470-7020 participants (depending on the analyte) aged 3-79 (6-79 for apoA1, apoB, homocysteine, serum folate, insulin, and Hb [A.
At the end of the study, placebo recipients had no significant changes in total or LDL cholesterol or levels of apoB (the LDL-associated protein).
As an example, type 2 diabetes patients often have hypertriglyceridemia and increased apoB levels, which are atherogenic factors, despite low or normal plasma levels of LDL cholestero1.
Current smokers had lower levels of HDL-C and apoA1, higher levels of triglycerides and apoB, and higher waist circumference than non-smokers (all p<0.
The lipid species which are the most atherogenic all contain apoB particles; therefore, some have advocated for the direct measurement of the number of apoB-containing particles as our target and point of interest.
Positive correlations were also observed between ER[alpha] and apoVLDL-II, ApoA1 and apoB, ApoVLDL-II and VTG-II genes expression in liver.
This is necessary as the apoB or apoB-apoA1 ratio helps assess residual risk in people with diabetes, even when their LDL-C levels have been controlled, by reflecting the LDL particle number (rather than size).