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  • adjective Relating to dyslipidemia

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  • The lack of a clear demarcation of high-risk coronary candidates based solely on LDL cholesterol values indicates the need to consider dyslipidemic risk in the context of the associated lipids and the burden of other risk factors.

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  • In dyslipidemic mice with the gene for the nuclear receptor PPARalpha inactivated PPARalpha-KO that were fed a high-fat diet to induce liver dysfunction, GFT505 treatment prevented intra-hepatic triglyceride accumulation and reduced plasma levels of ALAT.

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  • Mc.Cr. F, Mc.Cr. L and Mc.Cr. R showed antidyslipidemic effects in both triton (WR-1339) and high fat diet-induced dyslipidemic rat models to variable extents.

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  • A cohort of such study candidates should include those dyslipidemic patients with co-morbid diseases like diabetes, obesity, and/or pro-thrombotic states like advanced vascular disease - patients whose livers are likely already "stressed-out" (as assessed by ALT levels).

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  • Interestingly, T1D+ESRD patients who were hyperglycemic and hyperinsulinemic also had increased triglycerides, which are produced by anaerobic glycolysis and up-regulated pyruvate kinase, while KP-transplanted patients were less dyslipidemic and presented lower pyruvate kinase levels than T1D+ESRD patients comparable with controls

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  • Anti-dyslipidemics 105 Introduction 105 Leading anti-dyslipidemic brands 107 Regional dynamics

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  • Table 4.31: Market share of the leading classes of anti-dyslipidemic drugs in the Asian region, 2007 110

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  • The dyslipidemic agent of choice is likely fenofibrate as it is reported to decrease TG [~55\%] and increase HDL [~25\%] with TG >

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  • The dyslipidemic agent of choice is likely fenofibrate as it is reported to decrease TG [~55\%] and increase HDL [~25\%] with TG >

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  • - characterisation of the lipidome of HDL particles from healthy subjects and comparison with HDL from dyslipidemic patients at elevated cardiovascular risk,

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