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very low-density lipoprotein cholesterol
(465 times)
(64 times)
LDL-C (352 times)
HDL-C (320 times)
TG (210 times)
1980 Physical activity and plasma lipoprotein lipid concentrations in men.
(25 times)
(5 times)
HDL-C (12 times)
LDL-C (11 times)
TC (8 times)
1983 Lack of an effect of dairy protein (casein) and soy protein on plasma cholesterol of strict vegetarians. An experiment and a critical review.
very LDLC
(3 times)
(1 time)
HDL-C (3 times)
LDL-C (3 times)
TC (2 times)
2019 The lncRNA DAPK-IT1 regulates cholesterol metabolism and inflammatory response in macrophages and promotes atherogenesis.
very low-density lipoprotein-C
(3 times)
(2 times)
HDL-C (2 times)
LDL-C (2 times)
LP-C (2 times)
1999 Gender differences in cardiovascular risk factors in obese, nondiabetic first degree relatives of African Americans with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
very LDL-cholesterol
(2 times)
(1 time)
HDL-C (2 times)
LDL-C (2 times)
TC (2 times)
1999 Effect of simvastatin on the lipid profile of hemodialysis patients.
very low LDL-cholesterol
(1 time)
(1 time)
CRP (1 time)
HDL-C (1 time)
LDL-C (1 time)
2014 Altered lipid levels in untreated patients with early polymyositis.
very-low-density L-C
(1 time)
Food Technology
(1 time)
AFP (1 time)
ALB (1 time)
ALP (1 time)
2022 Evaluation of Nano-curcumin effects against Tartrazine-induced abnormalities in liver and kidney histology and other biochemical parameters.
VLDL-associated cholesterol
(1 time)
(1 time)
FA (1 time)
HDS (1 time)
LDS (1 time)
2014 Baseline very low-density lipoprotein cholesterol is associated with the magnitude of triglyceride lowering on statins, fenofibric acid, or their combination in patients with mixed dyslipidemia.