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Sex and Age Differences in Lipoprotein Metabolism Proatherogenic Changes under the Experimental Metabolic Syndrome in Hamsters

By A. Zagayko, G. Kravchenko, K. Strelchenko, A. Shkapo and T. Briukhanova

Submitted: October 17th 2014Reviewed: May 5th 2015Published: October 7th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/60759

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A. Zagayko, G. Kravchenko, K. Strelchenko, A. Shkapo and T. Briukhanova (October 7th 2015). Sex and Age Differences in Lipoprotein Metabolism Proatherogenic Changes under the Experimental Metabolic Syndrome in Hamsters, Lipoproteins Gerhard Kostner and Indumathi Chennamesetty, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/60759. Available from:

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