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Table 4 Multivariate regression models of factors predicting oxidation parameters in mixtures of LDL and HDL2.

From: HDL enhances oxidation of LDL in vitro in both men and women

Dependent variable Independent variable Standardized regression coefficient β p-Value Total model
LDL + HDL2     
Lag time (min) fB-Glucose 0.410 0.00037 R2 = 0.296
  PI of HDL2 -0.351 0.00276 p < 0.00005
LDL + HDL2     
Oxidation rate (μmol/ml/min) ΣPUFA of LDL 0.424 0.0325 R2 = 0.57
  ΣPUFA of HDL2 0.352 0.0129 p < 0.00000
LDL + HDL2     
Maximum diene HDL2 18:2n-6 0.429 0.00015 R2 = 0.55
concentration (nmol/mg) LDL 18:1n-9 -0.292 0.0071 p < 0.00000
  LDL/apoB 0.287 0.0033  
  1. Abbreviations: PI, peroxidizability index; ΣPUFA, sum of percentages of polyunsaturated fatty acids; LDL/apoB, the ratio of LDL cholesterol to apoB concentration. Stepwise forward regression analysis