hypolipidemia

hy·po·lip·i·de·mi·a

(hīpō-lipi-dēmē-ă)
Diminished hematologic levels of fat.
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In alloxan diabetic rabbits, administration of garlic extract has been shown to lead to hypoglycemia and hypolipidemia (Sher et al.
The well-documented therapeutic uses of fenugreek are its activity against hypoglycemia and hypolipidemia (28-30).
Perfluoroalkyl sulfonates cause alkyl chain length-dependent hepatic steatosis and hypolipidemia mainly by impairing lipoprotein production in APOE*3-Leiden CETP mice.
It exerts a diverse array of biological effects, including cardiovascular regulation, antioxidation, modulation of ion transport, membrane stabilization, osmoregulation, modulation of neurotransmission, bile acid conjugation, hypolipidemia, antiplatelet activity and modulation of fetal development.
Relationship of Hypolipidemia to Cytokine Concentrations and Outcomes in Critically III Surgical Patients.
Exome sequencing, ANGPTL3 mutations, and familial combined hypolipidemia.
Taken together, we expect that shiikuwasa extracts expert the anti-obesity and hypolipidemia effects without side effects in human.
Extensive laboratory studies of the toxicology of PFOA and PFOS have reported enlargement of the liver, modulation of sex hormone homeostasis, developmental and immune system toxicity, hypolipidemia, and reduced body weight in rodent and nonhuman primate models [reviewed by Lau et al.
Indeed, among the early reported health effects in animal studies that administered high PFC doses was hypolipidemia (Seacat et al.
Furthermore, the anti-obesity effect and hypolipidemia effects of APS were probably due partly to decreasing the leptin resistance of mice, which would positively couple with the normalization of plasma insulin levels.
Paraproteins are a well-recognized cause of lipoprotein abnormalities, including hyper- and hypolipidemia associated with low LDL and HDL.