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2-hydroxy-3-phenoxypropyl methacrylate

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Also Known As:
3-phenoxy-2-hydroxypropyl methacrylate; HPPM
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Bio-Agent Context: Research Results

Related Diseases

1. Hypertriglyceridemia
01/01/1998 - "Our results were: (i) in groups III, IV and V the HPPM (Ch + Ph)/GP molar ratio increased 7.0+/-7.7% (mean SD); (ii) the Ph/GP molar ratio increased significantly in groups III, IV and V, but most in IV and V, while the Ch/GP molar ratio increased only in groups III and V; (iii) the mean relative increase of Ch with respect to Ph in the HPPM of groups III, IV and V was 140% 21% and 54%, respectively; (iv) the Ch/GP molar ratio was correlated with LDL-Ch (0.41+/-0.16, P < 0.002, n = 55, for all the subjects and 0.60+/-0.11, P < 2.10(-4), n = 33, for subjects with TG < 220 mg/dl), however, it was totally uncorrelated with HDL-Ch; (v) the HPPM Ch/Ph molar ratio was positively correlated with plasma Ch (r = 0.51+/-0.08, P < 1.10(-6), n = 83) and with (LDL + HDL) Ch (r = 0.64+/-0.07, P < 1.10(-6), n = 73), the former correlation increased significantly ( r = 0.67+/-0.07, P < 1.10(-6), n = 53) when done only for subjects with TG < 220 mg/dl; (vi) the Ch/Ph molar ratio was only increased in group III (0.70+/-0.03, P < 3.10(-5), n = 23) and decreased in group IV (0.62+/-0.02, P < 0.001, n = 18); (vii) the fatty acid/GP molar ratio was significantly increased in groups IV and V, however, a significant absolute and relative increase of C16:0 and C18:1 was observed only in severe hypertriglyceridemia (> 500 mg/dl), together with a relative decrease of C18:0 and C20:4 ( n - 6); (viii) the HPPM structural order, as probed by r(DPH,35), was negatively correlated with DPH,35 plasma TG (r =- 0.61+/-0.10, P < 4.10(-5), n = 39), the Ph/GP molar ratio (r =-0.58+/-0.10, P < 2.10(-4), n = 39) and the the (C18:1 + C18:2))/GP molar ratio (r =- 0.80+/-0.05, P < 1.10(-6), n = 39), however, it was independent of plasma and HPPM Ch; (ix) the higher HPPM Ch/Ph molar ratio in group III was associated (r = 0.58+/-0.12, P < 0.005, n = 22) with a moderately higher platelet reactivity to collagen. "
2. Hyperlipidemias (Hyperlipidemia)

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