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Effect of postprandial lipaemia and Taq 1B polymorphism of the cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) gene on CETP mass, activity, associated lipoproteins and plasma lipids

  • Enda Noone (a1), Helen M. Roche (a1), Irene Black (a1), Anne-Marie Tully (a1) and Michael J. Gibney (a1)...

Abstract

A large number of studies in recent years have investigated the effects of hyperlipidaemias and diabetes on cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) on neutral lipid transfer activity and plasma lipids. There has been an ongoing debate as to whether CETP is pro- or anti-atherogenic as it provides a mechanism for the transfer of cholesterol from the cardioprotective HDL subfraction to the potentially atherogenic LDL subfraction. This study was designed to investigate whether there was significant variability of CETP mass and activity in a large normolipidaemic population and whether there is an association between CETP and plasma lipoprotein composition. The presence of a known polymorphism of CETP gene (Taq 1B) was investigated to see if there was any association between this polymorphism and CETP mass and activity, and plasma lipids. There was significant (P < 0·0001) increase in CETP mass and activity in plasma postprandially at 6 h. Using multiple stepwise regression analysis there was significant association with fasting CETP mass and activity (β = 0·055; P = 0·002) and triacylglycerol-rich lipoprotein (β = 0·013; P = 0·005) and postprandial CETP mass (β = 0·254; P = 0·007). Repeated-measures analysis showed a strong association between the absence of Taq 1B polymorphism and low CETP mass and elevated HDL- and HDL2-cholesterol and HDL-phospholipid concentrations than did those who were homozygous or heterozygous for the presence of the restriction site.

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Effect of postprandial lipaemia and Taq 1B polymorphism of the cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) gene on CETP mass, activity, associated lipoproteins and plasma lipids

  • Enda Noone (a1), Helen M. Roche (a1), Irene Black (a1), Anne-Marie Tully (a1) and Michael J. Gibney (a1)...

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