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Higher ANGPTL3, apoC-III, and apoB48 Dyslipidemia, and Lower Lipoprotein Lipase Concentrations Are Associated With Dysfunctional Visceral Fat in Adolescents With Obesity - PubMed

Higher ANGPTL3, apoC-III, and apoB48 Dyslipidemia, and Lower Lipoprotein Lipase Concentrations Are Associated With Dysfunctional Visceral Fat in Adolescents With Obesity - PubMed

Source : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32407781

Adolescents with obesity show higher ANGPTL3 compounded with increased apoC-III associated with increased CR and lower LPL mass. This is associated with inflammation and visceral fat. The significance of these findings resides in that they shed light on a mechanism for TRL dyslipidemia in adolescent ...