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apoprotein

 [ap″o-pro´tēn]
the protein portion of a molecule or complex consisting of a protein molecule joined to a nonprotein protein molecule or molecules (such as a lipoprotein).

ap·o·pro·tein

(ap'ō-prō'tēn),
A polypeptide chain (protein) that has not yet formed a complex with the prosthetic group required to form the active holoprotein.

apoprotein

/apo·pro·tein/ (ap″o-pro´tēn) the protein moiety of a molecule or complex, as of a lipoprotein.

apoprotein

[ap′ōprō′tēn]
a polypeptide chain not yet complexed to its specific prosthetic group.

apoprotein

The protein part of a biomolecular complex without its ligand or prothetic group (e.g., ferritin without ferric hydroxide = apoferritin).

ap·o·pro·tein

(ap'ō-prō'tēn)
A polypeptide chain (protein) not yet complexed with the prosthetic group that is necessary to form the active holoprotein.

apoprotein

the protein moiety of a molecule or complex, as of a lipoprotein.
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This may be due to a change in the properties of the apoprotein, changes in the conformation of the chromophore, and/or changes in the interaction between the apoprotein and the chromophore.
10) TABLE 2 Primary hyperlipidemia Genetic disorder (Frederickson type) Typical clinical findings Familial lipoprotein lipase Eruptive xanthomas, deficiency (type I) hepatosplenomegaly, pancreatitis Familial apoprotein C-II Eruptive xanthomas, deficiency (type I) hepatosplenomegaly, pancreatitis Familial combined Coronary or peripheral hyperlipidemia (type IIb) atherosclerosis Familial Palmar and tuberous xanthomas, dysbetalipoproteinemia (type coronary or peripheral III) atherosclerosis Familial hypertriglyceridemia Eruptive xanthomas (type V) (type IV or V) Adapted from: Rader DJ, Hobbs HH.
A binding site that mediates the uptake of rat lipoproteins containing apoprotein B and E," J.
ZULIANI, G, 1988, Heparin Released Plasma Lipase Activites Lipoprotein And Apoprotein Levels in Young Adult Cyclist And Sedantery Men .
Serum lipoprotein lipid and apoprotein (B and A-1) responses to saturated fat- rich diet in cynomolgus monkeys: effects of carbohydrate type and cholesterol.
An apoprotein is a protein that has become detached from a second molecule that is not a polypeptide.
Nevertheless, elevated peroxynitrite levels may be one of the causative factors, and reduced elimination of free cholesterol by nitrosylated Apoprotein A1 with elevated peroxinitrite (Shao et al.
ApoE is an important apoprotein for the clearance of remnants of the triglyceride-rich lipoproteins.
Fasting apoprotein B-48 level and coronary artery disease in a population without frank fasting hypertriglyceridemia.
Plasma lipid, lipoprotein and apoprotein concentrations at age of presentation of patients with familial hypercholesterolaemia Age groups (yrs) 12-19 20-29 30-39 Males N=488 30 61 130 TG 1.
Immunohistochemical analysis showed that there was no MUC1 in the normal specimens, MUC1 apoprotein (MUC1 core) in 2 cancer specimens and MUC1 in 1 cancer specimen.