- n. Plural form of lipoprotein.
“Cholesterol travels around the blood in chemicals called lipoproteins.”
“These tiny particles, called lipoproteins lipid plus protein, contain some cholesterol to help stabilize the particles.”
“Cholesterol needs to be piggy-backed on carriers called lipoproteins in order to circulate in the bloodstream.”
“Since fat and cholesterol can’t dissolve in blood, they get carried around in particles covered with protein called lipoproteins, which are able to enter the blood.”
“Structure-function relationships of lipoproteins and apolipoproteins”
“High density lipoproteins and cholesterol transport”
“High levels of high-density lipoproteins HDL have been shown to be good for health because they "collect" excess cholesterol in the blood and transport it to the liver, where it is broken down.”
“Body fat is present under our skin to make it soft and supple as subcutaneous fat, and in our blood as both lipoproteins, and triglycerides these in more of a storage mode.”
“You want to raise your healthy cholesterol levels (HDL: high-density lipoproteins) to assist in the fight against the unhealthy (LDL: low-density lipoproteins).”
“The type of lipoproteins you want a lot of are the high-density HDL.”
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