High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol as a Determining Factor for Assessing the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease : a General Laboratory Technique for the Measurement of HDL Cholesterol
Marley, Kim R.
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Three proposed methods for determination of HDL cholesterol levels in human plasma are compared. These methods are cellulose acetate electrophoresis, heparin precipitation, and phosphotungstic acid precipitation. Ultracentrifugation is used as the reference method. One technique, phosphotungstic acid precipitation is very accurate, reliable, and simple. This method is very practical for use in a general hospital laboratory and will be initiated at Bronson Methodist Hospital.
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