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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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Lipoproteinas que interactuan con las HDL (1) Lipoproteina Principales Funcion apoproteinas Quilomicrones ApoB-48, ApoA-I, Transporte de los ApoA-II y ApoA-IV triacilgliceroles y del colesterol obtenidos de la dieta, desde el intestino.
ApoB gene expresses in two isoforms as ApoB-48 in chylomicron and ApoB-100 in the liver.
O quilomicrom doa apoA e apoC para as particulas de HDL, ficando com a apoB-48 e apoE e muito colesterol, o qual e levado de volta ao figado e gracas a apoE sera captado por receptores especializados (Lima, 2009; Smith, Marks e Lieberman, 2007)
Early alterations in the postprandial VLDL1 apoB-100 and apoB-48 metabolism in men with strong heredity for type 2 diabetes.
ApoB-48 was quantitated from plasma using a Western Blotting/Enhanced Chemiluminescence procedure described previously (23).
Una variante estructural, la apoB-48 es la principal apolipoproteina de los quilomicrones, mientras que la apo A-1 es la mas importante apolipoproteina encontrada en el colesterol HDL.
The APOB gene is located on chromosome 2 and produces, via a unique mRNA editing process, two forms of apoB in circulating lipoproteins, apoB-48 and apoB-100 (3).
Triglycerides of dietary origin enter the circulation as chylomicrons, the largest of lipoprotein particles (80-1000 nm) packaged together with the truncated form of apolipoprotein B, apoB-48, whereas fatty acids originating in the liver are secreted as VLDL (25-80 nm) with apoB-100.
Hypertriglyceridemia attributable to increased plasma concentrations of VLDL apolipoprotein (apo) B-100 and chylomicron apoB-48 is the most consistent lipid disorder in obesity (3, 4).
The human apoB gene (APOB) is located on chromosome 2, and the same gene produces two forms of apoB in circulating lipoproteins, apoB-48 and apoB-100.