Definition of Beta-lipoprotein

1. Noun. A lipoprotein that transports cholesterol in the blood; composed of moderate amount of protein and a large amount of cholesterol; high levels are thought to be associated with increased risk of coronary heart disease and atherosclerosis.

Exact synonyms: Ldl, Low-density Lipoprotein
Generic synonyms: Lipoprotein
Terms within: Ldl Cholesterol



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beta-lipoprotein

beta-hydroxypropionic aciduria
beta-hypophamine
beta-interferon
beta-ketoacyl-ACP reductase
beta-ketoacyl-ACP synthase
beta-ketoadipyl-coenzyme A thiolase
beta-ketohydrogenase
beta-ketoreductase
beta-ketothiolase
beta-lactam
beta-lactam resistance
beta-lactamase
beta-lactamase inhibitor
beta-lactamases
beta-lactams
beta-lipoprotein (current term)
beta-mercaptoethanol
beta-n-acetylhexosaminidase
beta-naphthoflavone
beta-naphthol
beta-normal
beta-oxidation
beta-oxidation-condensation theory
beta-peptide
beta-peptides
beta-pleated sheet
beta-poloidal
beta-sitosterol
beta-sulfinylpyruvic acid
beta-thionase

Literary usage of Beta-lipoprotein

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1. Housing, Husbandry, And Welfare Of Sheep And Goats Bibliography January 85 by D'Anna Berry (1997)
"... or, shearing procedures on ovine plasma concentrations of beta-endorphin/beta- lipoprotein and cortisol. Jephcott, EH; McMillen, IC; Rushen, JP; ..."

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