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RLP-C levels are strongly associated with coronary artery disease – (04-05-00)

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Our current study disclosed that RLP-C (remnant-like particle cholesterol) levels are strongly associated with coronary artery disease, especially in patients with normal total cholesterol levels. Moreover, RLP-C/HDL-C ratio may be even more significantly associated with the presence of coronary artery stenosis in normocholesterolemic patients.

Am Heart J 139(2):305-310, 2000.

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