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very high density lipoproteins

rapidly catabolized lipoproteins with average density of 1.23 g/ml, greater than the typical high-density lipoproteins (1.063-1.21 g/ml). Their mean particle size is 15 nm, larger than the typical HDL.
Also Known As:
lipoprotein, VHDL; very high density lipoprotein
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