HDL-C


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HDL-C

 
high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol; see cholesterol.

HDL-C

high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol.

HDL-C

abbreviation for high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol. See cholesterol.

HDL-C

Abbreviation for high density lipoprotein cholesterol.
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67 mg/dL) in HDL-C was associated with a 9-mL lower [FEV.
The mean value of HDL-C was low in participants with MetS as compared to participants without MetS; showing statistically significant difference as detailed in Graph 3.
The Seralyzer HDL-C test provides a reliable and accurate measure of the HDL-C concentrtaion.
Although both approaches have helped establish HDL-P as a potentially relevant clinical metric, only limited evidence suggests that it is substantially independent of HDL-C (17, 18).
One of the main goals of this study was to examine other biomarkers of HDL besides HDL-C that could be measured with automated and readily implemented methods in a routine clinical laboratory for cardiovascular risk assessment.
The Liquid N-geneous HDL-C assay (Genzyme Diagnostics) uses a polyanion that selectively complexes LDL, VLDL, and chylomicrons followed by a detergent that selectively solubilizes HDL.
Because of the inverse correlation that exists between serum HDL-C concentration and risk of atherosclerotic disease (1), monitoring of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) in serum is clinically important.
1], in this issue, demonstrates the inadequacy of a phosphotungstate precipitation method for HDL-C and proposes the use of HPLC as a tool to compare analytical methods for HDL-C.