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Lipoprotein(a) Scientific Paper Library

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Lp(a) and aortic stenosis - Thanassoulis et al Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Lp(a) resurrected by genetics - Kronnenberg et al Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Lp(a) as cardiovascular risk factor - Nordestgaard Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Epidemiological - Erqou et al JAMA 2009:302:412-23 Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Mendelian Randomized Study - Kamstrup et al JAMA Link  more ] Administration 6/4/2015
Genetic Assoc. Study Lp(a) - Clarke et al NEJM  Link  more ] Administration 6/4/2015
Genetic Variants in Lp(a) - To the Editor 2010 Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Prospective 15 Yr Outcomes Bruneck Study - Lp(a) Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Extreme Lp(a) levels & improved CV risk prediction Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Lp(a) - low-dose aspirin - Womens Health Study Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Lipoprotein(a) as Determiant of CHD in Young Women Link  more ] Administration 9/23/2013
Prospective Observational - Apheresis and Lp(a) Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Longterm apheresis and Lp(a) - Efficacy and safety Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
EAS Consensus Statement FH and Lp(a) Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Lp(a) and FH - NEJM Seed et al Link  more ] Administration 6/7/2015
Randomized crossover design - Diet and Lp(a) Link  more ] Administration 6/5/2015
Determiants of Binding Oxidized Phospholipids Link  more ] Administration 11/15/2013
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