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Familial abnormality β Lipoproteinemia

Familial abnormality β Lipoproteinemia (FD) is also known as type III hyperlipoproteinemia. The patient's plasma lipoprotein was separated by ultracentrifugation and agarose electrophoresis. It was found that its very low density lipoprotein (VLDL) electrophoresis often moved to β Position, not normal front β Location, so this VLDL is called β- VLDL。 For these β- Structural analysis of VLDL showed that the content of cholesterol was very rich. because β- VLDL is the most prominent manifestation of type III hyperlipoproteinemia and has obvious familial aggregation, so it is called familial abnormality β- Lipoproteinemia.

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