Lipoprotein is a lipid-protein complex. There is no covalent bond between lipids and proteins in lipoproteins, most of which are bound by hydrophobic interaction between non-polar parts of lipids and protein components. Solubility, centrifugal sedimentation behavior, and chemical composition are commonly used to characterize lipoproteins.
YEASEN is committed to providing high quality low density lipoprotein (LDL) and high density lipoprotein (HDL) for diagnostic reagent companies and scientific research users.
& Application of conventional lipoprotein
& Application of acetyl lipoprotein
& Application of oxidizing lipoprotein
The products are as follows:
（1）Low Density Lipoprotein
Low Density Lipoprotein, or LDL, is converted from very Low Density Lipoprotein (VLDL). Its main function is to transport cholesterol to cells throughout the body. Cholesterol is transported to the liver for synthesis of cholic acid. It can be used to study receptor - mediated endocytosis. Plasma derived LDL can be used to study the oxidative role of LDL in function and metabolism, especially in diseases such as atherosclerosis.
（2） High Density Lipoprotein
High Density Lipoprotein (HDL), unlike other large lipoproteins, which primarily transport lipids to the cell, HDL carries lipids out of the cell. Therefore, High-density lipoprotein can remove excess blood lipids, remove blood scale, clean blood vessels, and maintain the relative balance of cholesterol in cells, so as to limit the occurrence and development of atherosclerosis and play an anti-atherosclerosis role.
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