Plasma Lipoproteins, Part C
Quantitation

Methods in Enzymology Series, Vol. 263

Editors-in-Chief: Abelson John N., Simon Melvin I.

Language: Anglais

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Key Features
* Methods for the quantitation of apolipoproteins related to cardiovascular disease
* Problems of lipoprotein heterogeneity and quantitation
* Apolipoproteins B-100 and B-48, timely because of current interest in post-prandial lipoproteins and their contribution to risk for atherosclerosis and coronary disease
Characterization of Plasma Lipoproteins
W. Patsch and A.M. Gotto, Jr., Apolipoproteins: Pathophysiology and Clinical Implications. P. Alaupovic, Significance of Apolipoproteins for Structure, Function, and Classification of Plasma Lipoproteins.
Apolipoproteins Apolipoprotein B
G.L. Vega and S.M. Grundy, Quantitation of Apolipoprotein B by Chemical Methods. N. Bergeron, L. Kotite, and R.J. Havel, Simultaneous Quantification of Apolipoproteins B-100, B-48, and E Separated by SDS–PAGE. F. Karpe, A. Hamsten, K. Uffelman, and G. Steiner, Apolipoprotein B-48. J.D. Sparks and C.E. Sparks, Chromatographic Method for Isolation and Quantification of Apolipoproteins B-100 and B-48. S.G. Young, E.S. Krul, S. McCormick, R.V. Farese, Jr., and M.F. Linton,Identification and Characterization of Truncated Forms of Apolipoprotein B in Hypobetalipoproteinemia. D.M. Lee, Apolipoprotein B-48: Problems Related to Quantification. R.W. Milne, Immunochemical Separation of Apolipoprotein B-48- and B-100-Containing Lipoproteins.
Apolipoprotein E
E.S. Krul and T.G. Cole, Quantitation of Apolipoprotein E.
Apolipoprotein C
P.W. Connelly, C. Vezina, and G.F. Maguire, Quantification of Apolipoprotein C-II by Immunochemical and Chromatographic Methods. M.L. Kashyap, Immunochemical Methods for Quantification of Human Apolipoprotein C-III.
Apolipoprotein [a]
J.W. Gaubatz, P. Mital, and J.D. Morrisett, Electrophoretic Methods for Quantitation of Lipoprotein [a]. G.M. Fless and M.L. Snyder, Quantitation of Lipoprotein (a) after Lysine-Sepharose Chromatography and Density Gradient Centrifugation. Apolipoprotein A: C.J. Fielding and P.E. Fielding, Two-Dimensional Nondenaturing Electrophoresis of Lipoproteins: Applications to High-Density Lipoprotein Speciation. S.T. Kunitake, P. O'Connor, and J. Naya-Vigne, Heterogeneity of High-Density Lipoproteins and Apolipoprotein A-I as Related to Quantification of Apolipoprotein A-I. G.M. Anantharamaiah and D.W. Garber, Chromatographic Methods for Quantitation of Apolipoprotein A-I. R.B. Weinberg, R.A. Hopkins, and J.B. Jones,Purification, Isoform Characterization, and Quantitation of Human Apolipoprotein A-IV. N.H. Fidge, Immunochemical Methods for Quantification of Apolipoprotein A-IV.
Apolipoprotein J
S.H. Jenkins, W.D. Stuart, L.A. Bottoms, and J.A.K. Harmony, Quantitation of Plasma Apolipoprotein J.
Lipases and Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein
R. Potenz, J.-Y. Lo, E. Zsigmond, L.C. Smith, and L. Chan, Human Lipoprotein Lipase: Production in Vitro, Purification, and Generation of Polyclonal Antibody. E. Zsigmond, J.-Y. Lo, L.C. Smith, and L. Chan, Immunochemical Quantitationof Lipoprotein Lipase. A. Bensadoun, Sandwich Immunoassay for Measurement of Human Hepatic Lipase. K.C. Glenn and M.A. Melton, Quantification of Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein: Activity and Immunochemical Assay. A. Mitchell and N. Fidge, Determination of Apolipoprotein mRNA Levels by Ribonuclease Protection Assay.
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