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  1. Beta-thalassaemia major (b-TM) has been defined as a combination of chronic hemolytic anemia, iron storage disease and myocarditis, and it has been associated with premature death especially due to heart failu...

    Authors: Christina Chrysohoou, Demosthenes B Panagiotakos, Christos Pitsavos, Konstantina Kosma, John Barbetseas, Markisia Karagiorga, Ioannis Ladis and Christodoulos Stefanadis
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2004 3:3
  2. There has been renewed interest in mushroom medicinal properties. We studied cholesterol lowering properties of Ganoderma lucidum (Gl), a renowned medicinal species.

    Authors: A Berger, D Rein, E Kratky, I Monnard, H Hajjaj, I Meirim, C Piguet-Welsch, J Hauser, K Mace and P Niederberger
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2004 3:2
  3. Previous studies have shown that the functional capacity of T cells may be modulated by the composition of fatty acids within, and the release of fatty acids from membrane phospholipids, particulary containing...

    Authors: Michiyo Tomita, Rodney C Baker, Soichiro Ando and Thomas J Santoro
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2004 3:1
  4. Triglyceride concentrations are raised in pregnancy and are considered a key fetal fuel. Several gene variants are known to alter triglyceride concentrations, including those in the Apolipoprotein E (ApoE), Lipop...

    Authors: Kirsten J Ward, Beverley Shields, Beatrice Knight, Maurice B Salzmann, Andrew T Hattersley and Timothy M Frayling
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:9
  5. Offspring of at least 1 parent with type 2 diabetes are more resistant to the insulin action, exhibit higher incidence of dyslipidemia and are more prone to cardiovascular diseases. The association between Lp(...

    Authors: Agathoklis Psyrogiannis, Ioannis Habeos and Venetsana Kyriazopoulou
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:8
  6. Hyperhomocysteinemia and lipid abnormalities are commonly found in patients with chronic renal failure; both are recognized as risk factors for atherosclerosis. The homocysteine-lowering effect of pyridoxine i...

    Authors: Nelva T de Gómez Dumm, Ana M Giammona and Luis A Touceda
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:7
  7. In spite of the considerable amount of experimental, clinical and epidemiological research about the consumption of red meat, total fats, saturated/unsaturated fatty acids and cholesterol with regard to the ri...

    Authors: Aldo R Eynard and Cristina B Lopez
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:6
  8. An inverse relationship between the level of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and coronary heart disease (CHD) has been reported. In contrast, oxidized HDL (oHDL) has been shown to induce neuronal death and may ...

    Authors: Joel Perrella, Mauricio Berco, Anthony Cecutti, Alan Gerulath and Bhagu R Bhavnani
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:4
  9. Physical activity has long been associated with reduced risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). In this work we evaluated the effect of physical activity on lipid levels, in a sample of cardiovascular disease fr...

    Authors: John Skoumas, Christos Pitsavos, Demosthenes B Panagiotakos, Christina Chrysohoou, Akis Zeimbekis, Ioanna Papaioannou, Marina Toutouza, Pavlos Toutouzas and Christodoulos Stefanadis
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:3
  10. To determine the cholesterol content and fatty acid composition of red cell membrane phospholipids (PL) of children with sickle cell disease (SCD) and to correlate these levels with whole body phase angle that...

    Authors: Dorothy J VanderJagt, Miguel R Trujillo, Fidelia Bode-Thomas, Yung-Sheng Huang, Lu-Te Chuang and Robert H Glew
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2003 2:2
  11. 5,11,14 20:3 is similar to 20:4n-6 but lacks the internal Δ8 double bond essential for prostaglandin and eicosanoid synthesis. When previously fed to laboratory animals as a gymnosperm seed oil component it ha...

    Authors: Alvin Berger, Irina Monnard, Markus Baur, Corinne Charbonnet, Irina Safonova and André Jomard
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2002 1:5
  12. Anandamide (N-arachidonoylethanolamine, AEA) is an endogenous lipid that binds to cannabinoid receptors in the central nervous system and in peripheral cells. Quantitative analysis of AEA is generally based on th...

    Authors: Mauro Maccarrone, Monica Bari and Alessandro Finazzi-Agrò
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2002 1:4
  13. The lack of certain essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) induces perturbation in cell proliferation, apoptosis and dedifferentiation that could be linked to an increased protumorigenic trend. Contrari...

    Authors: AB Actis, S Joekes, D Cremonezzi, G Morales and AR Eynard
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2002 1:3
  14. The functions, actions, and regulation of tissue metabolism affected by the consumption of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFA) from fish oil and other sources remain poorly understood; particularl...

    Authors: Alvin Berger, David M Mutch, J Bruce German and Matthew A Roberts
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2002 1:2
  15. Anandamide (N-arachidonoylethanolamine, AEA) belongs to an emerging class of endogenous lipids, called "endocannabinoids". A specific AEA membrane transporter (AMT) allows the import of this lipid and its degrada...

    Authors: Natalia Battista, Monica Bari, Alessandro Finazzi-Agrò and Mauro Maccarrone
    Citation: Lipids in Health and Disease 2002 1:1

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