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Apolipoprotein E expression in aortic smooth muscle cells: the effect of beta VLDL.Academic Article Why?
beta-VLDL-induced alterations in growth potentiating activity produced by mononuclear phagocytes.Academic Article Why?
Long-term treatment of neonatal aortic smooth muscle cells with beta VLDL induces cholesterol accumulation.Academic Article Why?
Physico-chemical properties of cholesterol-fed rabbit beta-VLDL are not affected by different dietary oils.Academic Article Why?
Cholesterol, VLDLConcept Why?
Lipoproteins, VLDLConcept Why?
beta-Migrating very low density lipoprotein (beta VLDL) activates smooth muscle cell mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase via G protein-coupled receptor-mediated transactivation of the epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptor: effect of MAP kinase activation on beta VLDL plus EGF-induced cell proliferation.Academic Article Why?
Primate model for the study of hepatic metabolism of lipoprotein cholesterol.Academic Article Why?
Herscovitz, HayaPerson Why?
Walnut-enriched diet reduces fasting non-HDL-cholesterol and apolipoprotein B in healthy Caucasian subjects: a randomized controlled cross-over clinical trial.Academic Article Why?
[Low-density lipoproteins decrease cell sensitivity to glucocorticoids].Academic Article Why?
1H NMR studies of lymph chylomicra and very low density lipoproteins from nonhuman primates.Academic Article Why?
Apolipoprotein E.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of a unique human apolipoprotein E variant associated with type III hyperlipoproteinemia.Academic Article Why?
Dietary intake of n-6 fatty acids modulates effect of apolipoprotein A5 gene on plasma fasting triglycerides, remnant lipoprotein concentrations, and lipoprotein particle size: the Framingham Heart Study.Academic Article Why?
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