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SID 53789957

  • Synonyms:LDL, LDL Cholesteryl Linoleate, Cholesteryl Linoleate, LDL, beta Lipoprotein Cholesterol, beta-Lipoprotein Cholesterol
  • Biomarker name:LDL_Cholesterol
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  • Biomarker function:Lipoprotein molecules enable the transportation of lipids, such as cholesterol, phospholipids, and triglycerides, within the water around cells (extracellular fluid), including the bloodstream. Higher levels of type-B LDL particles are associated with cardiovascular disease.
  • Neurovascular unit:No
  • Intracellular location:Secreted
  • Body fluids:Plasma, Serum
  • Prot-prot interactions:No
  • Inductors:Unknown
  • Inhibitors:Unknown
  • Signaling pathway:Unknown
  • Biological process:Immunity, Lipid metabolism
  • Comments:PubChem Code is given instead of uniprot number
  • Associations:Its prognostic value in stroke has been assessed with negative results [1]. It has been described as surrogate marker for hemorrhagic transformation [2]. It is associated with large artery atherosclerotic (LAA) stroke
  • References:1. Makihara N et al. Effect of serum lipid levels on stroke outcome after rt-PA therapy: SAMURAI rt-PA registry.Cerebrovasc Dis. 2012; 33: 240-247. 2. Bang OY et al. Cholesterol level and symptomatic hemorrhagic transformation after ischemic stroke thrombolysis. Neurology 2007; 6; 737-742.

Source articles by endpoint

Etiologies
Endpoint Articles
AtherothromboticBang OY, 2008; Alvarez-Perez FJ, 2011; Alvarez-Perez FJ, 2011;
LacunarBang OY, 2008;

Neurovascular Research Laboratory - Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR). 2013. Last update: 2017-03-28 12:25:27h.