Abstract| Volume 241, ISSUE 1, e106-e107, July 2015

Cholesterol efflux capacity inversely correlates with HDL cholesterol fractional catabolic rate

      Aim: High density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) levels are negatively associated with cardiovascular disease in large epidemiological studies. Despite this association, a small proportion of subjects with elevated HDL-C develop coronary artery disease (CAD). We conducted a study to determine if subjects with CAD and elevated levels of HDL-C had impaired cholesterol transport through HDL.
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