Abstract| Volume 263, e215, August 2017

Effect of vitamin D deficiency and replacement on serum HDL cholesterol efflux capacity in premenopausal women

      Aim: HDL cholesterol efflux capacity (CEC) has been inversely associated to cardiovascular (CV) risk. We evaluated the relationship between vitD status, that has been related to CV risk, and: 1) Flow-mediated dilation (FMD) and pulse wave velocity (PWV), markers of subclinical atherosclerosis; 2) HDL CEC; 3) serum cholesterol cell loading capacity (CLC).
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