Jan 1, 1989

Quantitative analysis of apolipoproteins and lipoprotein particles in patients with head injuries

Annales de biologie clinique
O KabbajG Férard

Abstract

By head-injured patients, apo A-I and apo A-II concentrations were more decreased in HDL3 than in HDL2. Then, the plasmatic concentrations of the main lipoprotein particles present in HDL fraction were modified. For example, a significant decrease of Lp A-I: A-II particles was observed and this variation was similar to that of total apo A-I (r = 0.78). On the other hand, the concentration of Lp A-I particles was slightly modified, apo C-III concentration was markedly decreased whereas apo E concentration was significantly increased (p less than 0.05); in plasma samples obtained 10 days after a severe head injury, apo E reached three times the normal value.

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HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 3 Measurement
Huntington DISEASE-LIKE 3 (Disorder)
High-density Lipoprotein Particle
Huntington DISEASE-LIKE 2
Apolipoprotein C-III
Temporal Region Trauma
Apolipoprotein A-I
HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 2 Measurement
Lipoproteins
JPH3 gene

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