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L. Gómez Rosso, M. Lhomme, T. Meroño et al. ‘Altered lipidome and antioxidative activity of small, dense HDL in normolipidemic rheumatoid arthritis: Relevance of inflammation’ Atherosclerosis 237 (2014) 652–660.
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- Altered lipidome and antioxidative activity of small, dense HDL in normolipidemic rheumatoid arthritis: Relevance of inflammationAtherosclerosisVol. 237Issue 2
- PreviewObjective: High-density lipoprotein (HDL) particles exert potent antiatherogenic activities, including antioxidative actions, which are relevant to attenuation of atherosclerosis progression. Such activities are enriched in small, dense HDL and can be compromised under conditions of chronic inflammation like rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However, structure–function relationships of HDL largely remain indeterminate. Methods: The relationships between HDL structure and function were evaluated in normolipidemic patients with active RA (DAS28 > 3.2; n = 12) and in normolipidemic age-matched controls (n = 10).