Clinical Chemistry: Lipids and Lipoprotein

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Clinical Chemistry: Lipids and Lipoprotein
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  1. Which of the following for lipoprotein electropheresis depends on charge and molecular size?
    Polyacrylamide gel
  2. Which of the following statements concerning chylomicrons is false?
    The major lipid transported by this lipoprotein is cholesterol
  3. The lipoprotein that contains the greatest amount of protein is called:
    HDL
  4. True or False?
    The ideal specimen for triglyceride analysis is serum.
    False
  5. True or False?
    Pre-beta (VLDL) lipoproteins migrate further toward the anode on polyacrylamide gel than they do on cellulose acetate or agarose.
    False
  6. Several enzymatic triglycerides methods measure the production or consumption of: __________________
    NADH
  7. The most likely cause for serum/plasma to appear "milky" is the presence of:
    Chylomicrons
  8. In the colorimetric determination of cholesterol, using the enzyme cholesterol oxidase, ____________ is the agent that oxidizes the colorless organic compound, 4-aminoantipyrine, to pink complex.
    NAD
  9. Which of the following lipoproteins is the major carrier of cholesterol to peripheral tissues?
    LDL
  10. True or False?
    Increased levels of apolipoprotein A-I are associated with increased risk of coronary artery disease.
    False
  11. A patient is admitted to the hospital with intense chest pains. The patient's primary care physician requests that the ER doctor order several tests, including a lipid profile with chloesterol fractionation. The patient's results are as follows:
    Total Cholesterol= 400 mg/dL
    Triglycerides= 300 mg/dL HDL Cholesterol= 100 mg/dL LP Electrophoresis= Pending
    240
  12. A patient is admitted to the hospital with intense chest pains. the patient's primary care physician requests that the ER doctor order several tests, including a lipid profile with cholesterol fractionation. The patient's results are as follows:
    Total Cholesterol= 400 mg/dL Triglycerides= 300 mg/dL HDL Cholesterol= 100 mg/dL LP Electrophoresis- pending
    High
  13. Which of the following apolipoproteins, when present in an increased concentration, would be associated with a decreased rist of coronary artery disease?
    Apo AI
  14. Which of the following results would be the most consistent with high risk for coronary heart disease?
    20 mg/dL HDL cholesterol adn 250 mg/dL total cholesterol
  15. What is the presumed defect in most cases of familial type IIa hyperlipoproteinemia?
    Defective receptors for LDL
  16. Hyperchylomicronemia (type I) in childhood has been associated with which of the following?
    Deficiencies of apolipoprotein lipase

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