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Published by INTECH Open Access Publisher .
Written in English


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ContributionsQing Qiao, author, Yanhu Dong, author
The Physical Object
Pagination1 online resource
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Open LibraryOL27033633M
ISBN 109533079045
ISBN 109789533079042
OCLC/WorldCa884202729

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Abstract Background: Ethnic differences in lipid profiles exist in children and adolescents. This study assessed whether variations in lipid profiles present in overweight and obese youth were also observed in severely obese youth. Variations could explain the lower prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in certain ethnic groups at even severe levels of by: 5. Background: Ethnic differences in lipid profiles exist in children and adolescents. This study assessed whether variations in lipid profiles present in overweight and obese youth were also observed in severely obese youth. Variations could explain the lower prevalence of the metabolic syndrome in certain ethnic groups at even severe levels of Cited by: 5. Distinct Ethnic Differences in Lipid Profiles across Glucose Categories. By Lei Zhang, Qing Qiao, Jaakko Tuomilehto, Edward D. Janus, Tai Hing Lam, Ambady Ramachandran, Viswanathan Mohan, Coen D. A. Stehouwer, Yanhu Dong, Tomoko Nakagami, Altan Onat, Stefan Söderberg and null null. Abstract. Context: Dyslipidemia coexists with hyperglycemia. However, little is known about the ethnic differences in lipid profiles at comparable glucose tolerance status. Objective: The aim was to study ethnic differences in lipid profiles stratified by glucose levels. Design and Setting: Data from 31 study cohorts of 12 countries, consisting of 24, men women aged 25–74 yr.

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  These results support our hypothesis that ethnic differences in the serum lipid profile were associated with polymorphisms within the LPL and CETP genes. To our knowledge, this is the first study to examine ethnic-specific associations between these gene polymorphisms involved in lipid metabolism and serum lipid profiles in a South African. However, selected dietary factors did not explain the differences in serum cholesterol levels between ethnic groups when multivariate regression analysis was performed, with adjustment for age, body mass index, waist‐hip ratio, cigarette smoking, occupation, education level and physical activity level.   Lipid profile, also known as lipid panel, is a combination of blood tests that help in mapping the quantities of lipids, like cholesterol and triglycerides present in the bloodstream. This tests also aid in the identification of many genetic diseases along with defining the possibilities of an individual suffering from a cardiovascular disease.   Despite the low overall prevalence of CVD, some significant racial/ethnic differences in dyslipidemia profiles were still seen among these patients. Asian Indian men continued to have higher odds of having all three dyslipidemia subtypes, and were the only group male or female to have increased odds of high LDL-C compared to NHW men.