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  • noun Plural form of chylomicron.

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  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

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  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

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  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

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  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

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  • When such particles, called chylomicrons, accumulate in the blood, they may obstruct small blood vessels.

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  • SLx-4090 is a novel, oral, non-systemically available inhibitor of microsomal triglyceride transfer protein (MTP) that acts by blocking the formation of particles known as chylomicrons in enterocytes, thereby reducing the uptake of triglycerides and cholesterol into the lymphatic circulation and ultimately, the systemic circulation.

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  • Typically, particles called chylomicrons carry dietary fat throughout the body and release it in peripheral tissues so that it can either be stored in adipose tissue for later use or immediately burned as energy by muscles.

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  • This study looks at what happens to chylomicrons when you compare people with moderate elevations of triglycerides on a low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet with a similar group following a protein-rich diet.

    Australian protein study | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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