- 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
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