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Steinmetz, A., Kaffarnik, H., Schneider, J.
A number of clinical and epidemiological studies have shown that disorders of lipoprotein metabolism constitute one of the most important risk factors for the development of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. This volume examines the state of the art of lipoprotein subclass metabolism and its relation to these diseases. The authors also report on new developments concerning the role of lipoprotein recptors, macrophages and apolipoprotein E polymorphism in cholesterol homeostasis. The combination of general outline form and very specific aspects of cholesterol transport will interest those in other disciplines following developments in the field, as well as those directly involved in lipoprotein research.Steinmetz, A. is the author of 'Cholesterol transport systems and their relation to atherosclerosis (Recent developments in lipid and lipoprotein research)' with ISBN 9780387505480 and ISBN 0387505482.
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