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Changes of Lipoproteinlipase (LPL) after Intravenous Injection of Endotoxin

  • G. Oehler
  • R. Hassinger
  • F. W. Schmahl
  • K. Huth
  • L. Róka

Abstract

Plasma lipoproteins are assimilated by the peripheral tissues after hydrolytic splitting of the neutral fat portion has taken place through the action of lipoproteinlipase (LPL) (1). The enzyme is supposed to be localized in the vascular walls. LPL activity is released into the plasma within few minutes after the intravenous injection of heparin or other polyanions.

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Free Fatty Acid Serum Triglyceride Free Fatty Acid Concentration Free Glycerol Serum Free Fatty Acid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Oehler
  • R. Hassinger
  • F. W. Schmahl
  • K. Huth
  • L. Róka

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