Published in Heart Disease Weekly, November 12th, 2006
Researchers working in the United States report, "Exercise affects lipoprotein metabolism and apolipoprotein E (Apo E) genotype may alter changes in lipoprotein subclasses that occur with exercise. The present study examined the effects of Apo E genotype (APOE) on the response of lipoprotein subclass concentrations to long-term exercise."
"A prospective longitudinal study, conducted at seven centers, genetically screened 566 individuals to create three cohorts of healthy adults, equal for gender and the most common APOE variants: E2/3 (n=35),...
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