Albers1: Diet-induced changes in plasma phospholipid transfer protein activity, lipids, and lipoproteins in 15 inbred strains of mice (1999)

Albers JJ, Pitman W, Wolfbauer G, Cheung MC, Kennedy H, Tu AY, Marcovina SM, Paigen B. Relationship between phospholipid transfer protein activity and HDL level and size among inbred mouse strains. J Lipid Res. 1999 Feb;40(2):295-301.   PubMed 9925659  

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Investigators John J Albers       University of Washington,  Seattle, WA
Beverly Paigen       The Jackson Laboratory,  Bar Harbor, ME
Participants Pitman W, Wolfbauer G, Cheung MC Kennedy H, Tu AY, Marcovina SM
ContactJohn J Albers
AcknowledgementsFunding provided by NIH HL30086, HL32087, HL49546, DK02456
Project type Phenotype strain survey data set
MPD identifiersAlbers1     MPD:19
Data changelog No updates/corrections.       Initial release date: 05/2003.
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Plasma phospholipid transfer protein activity and lipoprotein phospholipid parameters were characterized at baseline and then again after 6 wks on high fat diet.

Procedures conducted:
• lipid profile  Cholesterol, HDL, non-HDL, triglycerides, phospholipids. 4h fast, plasma. Baseline vs. high-fat diet (6wks).
• protein activity assessment  Phospholipid transfer protein activity. 4h fast.

Mice: inbred   15 strains   ♀♂   age 6-14wks   1 experimental group