alexa Constantly low HDL-cholesterol concentration relates to endothelial dysfunction and increased in vivo LDL-oxidation in healthy young men.
Cardiology

Cardiology

Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis

Author(s): Toikka JO, Ahotupa M, Viikari JS, Niinikoski H, Taskinen M,

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Abstract To test the hypothesis that low HDL-C concentration interferes with vascular endothelial function and lipoprotein oxidation, we measured endothelium-dependent flow mediated dilatation (FMD, \%) of the brachial artery in young men (n=20) classified prospectively into two groups on basis of having either low or high HDL-C concentration over the past 2 years. As an estimate of in vivo low-density lipoprotein oxidation (ox-LDL), we measured LDL diene conjugation. FMD was present in the group with high HDL-C concentration, but impaired in the group with low HDL-C (5.5+/-3.2 vs 0.2+/-1.2\%, P<0. 001). The group with high HDL-C level had significantly lower levels of ox-LDL compared to low HDL-C group (18.0+/-1.8 vs 22.9+/-4.4, P This article was published in Atherosclerosis and referenced in Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis

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