Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

The role of the CETP protein in reverse cholesterol transport and atherogenesis

Slides (presentation) - Oct. 18, 2011

Prof. Chris Packard
Western Infirmary
Glasgow, United Kingdom

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The role of the CETP protein in reverse cholesterol transport and atherogenesis: Is CETP good or bad?
CETP as a therapeutic target
CETP in HDL physiology: Role in lipoprotein metabolism
CETP in HDL physiology: Role in reverse cholesterol transport
CETP in HDL physiology: Lessons from nature
HDL subfractions and reverse cholesterol transport
CETP and the Atherogenic Lipoprotein Phenotype
Regulation of LDL metabolism by CETP
Origins of dyslipidemia in metabolic syndrome
Regulation of HDL metabolism by CETP
Regulation of HDL metabolism by lifestyle factors
LDL and HDL size in inherited CETP deficiency
CETP as a therapeutic target
CETP as a major gene determining lipid levels
CETP gene variation and HDL regulation
CETP Genetics and CHD risk
CETP genetics and CHD risk: Influence of background statin therapy
CETP as a therapeutic target
Epidemiology of CETP: Framingham study
CETP mass and CHD incidence in PROVE-IT
CETP: Friend or Foe ?
CETP as a therapeutic target
Pharmacodynamics of CETP regulation
Effects of CETP regulation on plasma lipids
CETP deficiency and apoB metabolism
Differential regulation of CETP
CETP, HDL substructure and atheroprotection
Testing the HDL paradigm
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