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Oxidatively modified LDL and atherosclerosis: an evolving plausible scenario


, : Oxidatively modified LDL and atherosclerosis: an evolving plausible scenario. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 36(4): 341-355

Evidence on the proposed role of oxidatively modified LDL in atherogenesis and the mechanisms by which antioxidant nutrients can affect the process are reviewed.

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PMID: 8740438

DOI: 10.1080/10408399609527729

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