Etude immunoelectrophoretique des lipoproteines plasmatiques dans un cas de deficience familiale en lecithine-cholesterol acyltransferaseAn immunoelectrophoretic study of plasma lipoproteins in a case of familial deficiency of lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase
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AbstractThe lipid composition and apopeptide patterns of plasma LDL and VLDL have been studied in a patient with LCAT deficiency, using two-dimensional immunoelectrophoresis.After absorption of a fat meal an elevation of VLDL apopeptides C was observed. Apo-LDL also showed an abnormal relative increase of apo-C.After heparin-induced lipolysis, a shift of apo-C from chylomicra and VLDL to LDL was noticed by the striking increase of apo-C in this last lipoprotein class.In view of the present and previously published results the possible mechanisms involved in lipoprotein catabolism in LCAT deficiency are discussed.

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