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In most mammals, APO A-II is present in a monomeric form, whereas in humans, APO A-II also exists as a dimer of 2 identical chains, cross-linked by a single disulfide bond at cysteine-6 at the amino terminus of the protein (24, 25).
APO A-II is the second most abundant human HDL apolipoprotein and is synthesized predominantly in the liver (30).
Our data suggest that the overexpression of APO A-II in CSF from brain tumor patients might have resulted from protein leakage from the blood through a disrupted blood-brain barrier.
6) suggested that APO A-II is a potentially specific marker for prostatic disease.
The overexpression of APO A-II in CSF from brain tumor patients was correlated with an increased albumin concentration in CSF, which suggests a relationship with a disrupted blood-brain barrier.
Serum levels of an isoform of apolipoprotein A-II as a potential marker for prostate cancer.
Isoforms of apolipoprotein A-II in human plasma and thoracic duct lymph.
Apolipoprotein A-II, genetic variation on chromosome 1q21-q24, and disease susceptibility.