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  1. The metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a cluster of metabolic abnormalities comprising visceral obesity, dyslipidaemia and insulin resistance (IR). With the onset of IR, the expression of lipoprotein lipase (LPL), a...

    Authors: Wai Yen Alfred Lim, Yoke Yin Chia, Shih Yeen Liong, So Ha Ton, Khalid Abdul Kadir and Sharifah Noor Akmal Syed Husain
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:31
  2. The aim of this work was to assess the effect of chronic administration of protonated nanostructured aluminosilicate (NSAS) on the plasma cholesterol levels and development of atherosclerotic lesions in Apolip...

    Authors: Olena Sivak, Jerry Darlington, Pavel Gershkovich, Panayiotis P Constantinides and Kishor M Wasan
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:30
  3. Changes in lipid profile have long been associated with malignancies as lipids play a key role in maintenance of cell integrity. This study evaluated the alterations in extended lipid profile in untreated pati...

    Authors: Ravi Mehrotra, Shruti Pandya, Ajay Kumar Chaudhary, Himanshu Pratap Singh, Ritesh Kumar Jaiswal, Mangal Singh, SC Gupta and Mamta Singh
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:29
  4. The metabolism of dietary fatty acids in human has been measured so far using human blood cells and stable-isotope labeled fatty acids, however, no direct data was available for human peripheral tissues and ot...

    Authors: Satoshi Yoshida, Qin-Zeng Zhang, Shu Sakuyama and Satoshi Matsushima
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:28
  5. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol lowering is a primary goal in clinical management of patients with cardiovascular disease, but traditional cholesterol levels may not accurately reflect the true ather...

    Authors: David J Decewicz, David M Neatrour, Amy Burke, Mary Jane Haberkorn, Heather L Patney, Marina N Vernalis and Darrell L Ellsworth
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:26
  6. Chronic inflammation is a key player in pathogenesis. The inflammatory cytokine, tumor necrosis factor-alpha is a well known inflammatory protein, and has been a therapeutic target for the treatment of disease...

    Authors: Evros K Vassiliou, Andres Gonzalez, Carlos Garcia, James H Tadros, Goutam Chakraborty and Jeffrey H Toney
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:25
  7. This study assessed the gender-specific influence of the cholesteryl ester transfer protein (TaqIB, I405V) and lipoprotein lipase (S447X) polymorphisms on the response to an oral fat tolerance test in heterozygot...

    Authors: Katherine K Anagnostopoulou, Genovefa D Kolovou, Peggy M Kostakou, Constantinos Mihas, Georgios Hatzigeorgiou, Christina Marvaki, Dimitrios Degiannis, Dimitri P Mikhailidis and Dennis V Cokkinos
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:24
  8. Linoleic 18:2 (n-6) and α-linolenic 18:3 (n-3) essential fatty acids and long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFA) are essential nutrients for growth and neonatal development. Consumption of preformed n...

    Authors: Sandra M Barboza Tinoco, Rosely Sichieri, Cecília L Setta, Anibal S Moura and Maria G Tavares do Carmo
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:23
  9. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) has diverse influences on the immune response in different experimental models. In the present study we investigated the effect of CLA feeding on inflammatory and immune response...

    Authors: Tomaz Malovrh, Lidija Kompan, Polona Juntes, Branka Wraber, Alenka Spindler-Vesel and Drago Kompan
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:22
  10. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are beneficial probiotic organisms that contribute to improved nutrition, microbial balance, and immuno-enhancement of the intestinal tract, as well as lower cholesterol. Although pr...

    Authors: Do Kyung Lee, Seok Jang, Eun Hye Baek, Mi Jin Kim, Kyung Soon Lee, Hea Soon Shin, Myung Jun Chung, Jin Eung Kim, Kang Oh Lee and Nam Joo Ha
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:21
  11. The supply of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids via the placenta is interrupted in premature infants, making them exclusively dependent on breast milk, which varies in fatty acid (FA) concentrations depen...

    Authors: Karl-Göran Sabel, Cristina Lundqvist-Persson, Elsa Bona, Max Petzold and Birgitta Strandvik
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:20
  12. Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) also known as serum platelet activating factor acetylhydrolase (PAF-AH) activity constitutes a novel risk marker for cardiovascular disease. Leukocytes constitute...

    Authors: Paraskevi Detopoulou, Tzortzis Nomikos, Elizabeth Fragopoulou, Demosthenis B Panagiotakos, Christos Pitsavos, Christodoulos Stefanadis and Smaragdi Antonopoulou
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:19
  13. We have previously shown that dietary red palm oil (RPO) supplementation improves functional recovery in hearts subjected to ischaemia/reperfusion-induced injury. Unfortunately, the cellular and molecular mech...

    Authors: Anna-Mart Engelbrecht, Louise Odendaal, Eugene F Du Toit, Kristina Kupai, Tamás Csont, Peter Ferdinandy and Jacques van Rooyen
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:18
  14. Studies in patients with low HDL have suggested that impaired cellular cholesterol efflux is a heritable phenotype increasing atherosclerosis risk. Less is known about the association of macrophage cholesterol...

    Authors: Patrick Linsel-Nitschke, Henning Jansen, Zouhair Aherrarhou, Stefanie Belz, Björn Mayer, Wolfgang Lieb, Fritz Huber, Werner Kremer, Hans-Robert Kalbitzer, Jeanette Erdmann and Heribert Schunkert
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:14
  15. Obesity and its complications lead to vascular injury, atherosclerosis, diabetes and pathological angiogenesis. One of the models to study the obesity and its entanglements is the New Zealand Obese mice model....

    Authors: Adriana Balwierz, Anna Polus, Urszula Razny, Lukasz Wator, Grzegorz Dyduch, Romana Tomaszewska, Stephan Scherneck, Hans Joost and Aldona Dembinska-Kiec
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:13
  16. There is a predominance of small and dense LDL cholesterol particles in familial combined hyperlipidemia (FCH). The lipoprotein lipase gene could exert an influence in these circumstances.

    Authors: Antonio López-Ruiz, María M Jarabo, María L Martínez-Triguero, Maria Morales-Suárez-Varela, Eva Solá, Celia Bañuls, Marta Casado and Antonio Hernández-Mijares
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:12
  17. Dietary fatty acids may modulate inflammation in macrophages of the atherosclerotic plaque, affecting its stability. The n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) arachidonic acid (AA) generally promotes inflammat...

    Authors: Tiina Solakivi, Tarja Kunnas, Satu Kärkkäinen, Olli Jaakkola and Seppo T Nikkari
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:11
  18. Hypercholesterolemia is one of the most important factors causing cardiovascular disease (CVD). The aim of the present work was to evaluate the relationships between socio-demographic, clinical, lifestyle and ...

    Authors: Stefanos Tyrovolas, Christos Lionis, Akis Zeimbekis, Vassiliki Bountziouka, Mary Micheli, Alexia Katsarou, Natassa Papairakleous, George Metallinos, Kornilia Makri, Evangelos Polychronopoulos and Demosthenes B Panagiotakos
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:10
  19. Omega 3 fatty acids have been found to inhibit proliferation, induce apoptosis, and promote differentiation in various cell types. The processes of cell survival, expansion, and differentiation are of key impo...

    Authors: Melinda E Varney, W Elaine Hardman and Vincent E Sollars
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:9
  20. Gamma-linolenic acid is a known inhibitor of tumour cell proliferation and migration in both in vitro and in vivo conditions. The aim of the present study was to determine the mechanisms by which gamma-linolenic ...

    Authors: Juliano Andreoli Miyake, Marcel Benadiba and Alison Colquhoun
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:8
  21. A recent in vitro study indicates that IGOB131, a novel seed extract of the traditional West African food plant Irvingia gabonensis, favorably impacts adipogenesis through a variety of critical metabolic pathways...

    Authors: Judith L Ngondi, Blanche C Etoundi, Christine B Nyangono, Carl MF Mbofung and Julius E Oben
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:7
  22. The aim of the study is to prepare aqueous dispersions of lipid nanoparticles – flurbiprofen solid lipid nanoparticles (FLUSLN) and flurbiprofen nanostructured lipid carriers (FLUNLC) by hot homogenization fol...

    Authors: Kesavan Bhaskar, Jayaraman Anbu, Velayutham Ravichandiran, Vobalaboina Venkateswarlu and Yamsani Madhusudan Rao
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:6
  23. Cognitive deficits are a hallmark feature of both Down Syndrome (DS) and Alzheimer's Disease (AD). Extra copies of the genes on chromosome 21 may also play an important role in the accelerated onset of AD in D...

    Authors: Pamela F Parkinson, Timal S Kannangara, Brennan D Eadie, Braydon L Burgess, Cheryl L Wellington and Brian R Christie
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:5
  24. The secreted enzyme autotaxin (ATX) stimulates tumor cell migration, tumorigenesis, angiogenesis, and metastasis. ATX hydrolyzes nucleotides, but its hydrolysis of lysophospholipids to produce lysophosphatidic...

    Authors: Eunjin Koh, Russell W Bandle, David D Roberts, Mary L Stracke and Timothy Clair
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:4
  25. Neuropathological, animal, and cell culture studies point to a role for the body's own endogenous cannabinoids (eCBs) system in Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology and treatment. To date, no published studies h...

    Authors: Jeremy Koppel, Heather Bradshaw, Terry E Goldberg, Houman Khalili, Philippe Marambaud, Michael J Walker, Mauricio Pazos, Marc L Gordon, Erica Christen and Peter Davies
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:2
  26. Much attention has been drawn to different alternative strategies for cardiovascular disease prevention. Objective: The aim of the present study was to observe and compare the effects of Enterococcus faecium CRL1...

    Authors: Daniela CU Cavallini, Raquel Bedani, Laura Q Bomdespacho, Regina C Vendramini and Elizeu A Rossi
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2009 8:1
  27. Available data on the effects of a fermented soy product enriched with Enterococcus faecium and Lactobacillus Jugurti on circulating lipids and adiposity are not completely settled. This study aimed to observe th...

    Authors: Nadia Carla Cheik, Elizeu Antônio Rossi, Ricardo Luís Fernandes Guerra, Neuli Maria Tenório, Cláudia Maria Oller do Nascimento, Fabiana Pavan Viana, Marla Simone Jovenasso Manzoni, Iracilda Zeponni Carlos, Patrícia Leão da Silva, Regina Célia Vendramini and Ana Raimunda Dâmaso
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:50
  28. The glyoxylate cycle, which is well characterized in higher plants and some microorganisms but not in vertebrates, is able to bypass the citric acid cycle to achieve fat-to-carbohydrate interconversion. In thi...

    Authors: P Cordero, J Campion, FI Milagro, F Marzo and JA Martinez
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:49
  29. Deterioration of peroxisomal β-oxidation activity causes an accumulation of very long chain saturated fatty acids (VLCSFA) in various organs. We have recently reported that the levels of VLCSFA in the plasma a...

    Authors: Naotake Yanagisawa, Kazunori Shimada, Tetsuro Miyazaki, Atsumi Kume, Yohei Kitamura, Katsuhiko Sumiyoshi, Takashi Kiyanagi, Takafumi Iesaki, Nao Inoue and Hiroyuki Daida
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:48
  30. Small dense LDL is reported to be associated with increased coronary artery disease risk by various epidemiological studies. The gold standard for separation and identification of LDL subtypes in plasma is ult...

    Authors: Yogendra Singh, Ramakrishnan Lakshmy, Ruby Gupta and Vemparala Kranthi
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:47
  31. To analyze apolipoprotein gene polymorphisms in the Tunisian population and to check the relation of these polymorphisms and homocysteine, lipid and apolipoprotein levels to the coronary artery disease (CAD).

    Authors: Raoudha Bahri, Esther Esteban, Pedro Moral, Mohsen Hassine, Khaldoun Ben Hamda and Hassen Chaabani
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:46
  32. Experimental studies indicate that gamma linolenic acid (GLA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may inhibit glioma cells growth but effects of oral consumption of these fatty acids on brain tumor fatty acid compo...

    Authors: Javad Nasrollahzadeh, Fereydoun Siassi, Mahmood Doosti, Mohammad Reza Eshraghian, Fazel Shokri, Mohammad Hossein Modarressi, Javad Mohammadi-Asl, Khosro Abdi, Arash Nikmanesh and Seyed Morteza Karimian
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:45
  33. Endeavors to manage obesity have been heavily reliant on controlling energy intake and expenditure equilibrium, but have failed to curtail the overweight and obesity epidemic. This dynamic equilibrium is more ...

    Authors: Julius E Oben, Judith L Ngondi and Kenneth Blum
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:44
  34. Sleep deprivation in humans has been related to weight gain and consequently, increased risk for insulin resistance. In contrast, there is a significant loss of weight in sleep deprived rats suggesting a state...

    Authors: Ana Barbosa Marcondes de Mattos, Mônica Jordão S Pinto, Cristiane Oliveira, Carolina Biz, Eliane Beraldi Ribeiro, Claudia Maria Oller do Nascimento, Monica Levy Andersen, Sergio Tufik and Lila Missae Oyama
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:43
  35. There is a belief among some society that opium has a number of beneficial effects on cardiovascular disease. The aim of the present investigation as a cross-sectional study was to assess this hypothesis. Seve...

    Authors: Sedigheh Asgary, Nizal Sarrafzadegan, Gholam-Ali Naderi and Reza Rozbehani
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:42
  36. Phosphatidylethanolamine (PE) is a phospholipid which is biosynthesized into long chain N-acylethanolamines (NAEs) including oleoylethanolamide (OEA), a known inhibitor of food intake. The aim of this study wa...

    Authors: FE Lithander, CM Strik, A-T McGill, AK MacGibbon, BH McArdle and SD Poppitt
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:41
  37. Coronary heart disease is increasing in urban Indian subjects and lipid abnormalities are important risk factors. To determine secular trends in prevalence of various lipid abnormalities we performed studies i...

    Authors: Rajeev Gupta, Soneil Guptha, Aachu Agrawal, Vijay Kaul, Kiran Gaur and Vijay P Gupta
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:40
  38. We investigated the effects on hemodynamics and gas exchange of a lipid emulsion enriched with omega-3 fatty acids in patients with ARDS.

    Authors: Joan Sabater, Joan Ramon Masclans, Judit Sacanell, Pilar Chacon, Pilar Sabin and Merce Planas
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:39
  39. Higher concentrations of serum lipids and apolipoprotein B100 (apoB) are major individual risk factors of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Therefore ameliorative effects of food components against t...

    Authors: Teruyoshi Yanagita, Seo-Young Han, Ying Hu, Koji Nagao, Hideaki Kitajima and Shigeru Murakami
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:38
  40. Lowering plasma low density lipoprotein-cholesterol (LDL-C), blood pressure, homocysteine, and preventing platelet aggregation using a combination of a statin, three blood pressure lowering drugs such as a thi...

    Authors: Undurti N Das
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:37
  41. Plant sterols are an established non-pharmacological means to reduce total and LDL blood cholesterol concentrations and are therefore recommended for cholesterol management by worldwide-renown health care inst...

    Authors: Christina Weidner, Michel Krempf, Jean-Marie Bard, Murielle Cazaubiel and Doris Bell
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:35
  42. Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a naturally occurring anticarcinogen found in dairy products, is an intermediary product of ruminal biohydrogenation of polyunsaturated fatty acids. Few data exist on the CLA co...

    Authors: Spiros N Zlatanos, Kostas Laskaridis and Angelos Sagredos
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:34
  43. The APOA1-C3-A5 gene cluster plays an important role in the regulation of lipids. Asian Indians have an increased tendency for abnormal lipid levels and high risk of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). Therefore, t...

    Authors: Jayashree Shanker, Ganapathy Perumal, Veena S Rao, Natesha B Khadrinarasimhiah, Shibu John, Sridhara Hebbagodi, Manjari Mukherjee and Vijay V Kakkar
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:33
  44. The importance of the postprandial state for the early stages of atherogenesis is increasingly acknowledged. We conducted assessment of association between postprandial triglycerides, insulin and glucose after...

    Authors: Diana Rubin, Sandra Claas, Maria Pfeuffer, Michael Nothnagel, Ulrich R Foelsch and Juergen Schrezenmeir
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2008 7:32

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