AMORIS

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AMORIS

Apolipoprotein-related Mortality Risk. A study evaluating validity of measuring apolipoprotein B–apoB, apoA-1 and the apoB/apoA-1 ratio as predictors of acute MI and death Conclusion ApoB and apoB/apoA-I ratios were strongly and positively linked to an increased risk of fatal myocardial infarction.
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AMORIS (Apolipoprotein-Related Mortality Risk), one of the largest prospective studies to examine these measures, found that ApoB was a stronger predictor of fatal MI than LDL in both sexes (29).
Measurements of apo B and A-I in 43,000 Swedes (6) and the basic data of the prospective study AMORIS (Apolipoprotein-related Mortality Risk) on 300,000 Swedes were reported in 1992 (7).
First report from the AMORIS (Apolipoprotein-related Mortality Risk) Study.