Date of Award


Document Type

Open Access Thesis

Degree Name

Medical Doctor (MD)

First Advisor

Dr. John H. Heller


[From the Introduction] The purpose of this paper is to present data correlating three components of human serum: cholesterol, Sf 10-30 molecules, and lipid phosphorus. Three considerations rendered such a study worthwhile: first, the exclusive nature of the work that has been done relating of 10-30 molecules to cholesterol made repetition in a different laboratory desirable; second, there are not as yet any published reports concerning the relation of phospholipid levels to the large lipoproteins; and, third, the fact that Gofman relies in part on his studies of rabbit atherosclerosis (which may not be comparable to the human disease) in arriving at his conclusions emphasizes the need for further data on humans.


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Open Access

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