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Effects of arsenic exposure on the distribution of cholesterol and triglycerides over serum lipoprotein fractions.

By Courtney D. Kozul-Horvath (161060), Fokko Zandbergen (161064), Brian P. Jackson (161070), Richard I. Enelow (128587) and Joshua W. Hamilton (13044)


<p>Dams were fasted for 6 hours on PN day 21 and pooled serum of 4 As (IU&PN) treated dams (open triangles) and 3 controls (black circles) was used for lipoprotein profiling by FPLC. Fractions were assayed for TG (top panel) and total cholesterol levels (bottom panel).</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Medicine, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, arsenic, triglycerides, serum, lipoprotein
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0038249.g005
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