Inhibition of Anaphylaxis in Guinea Pigs by d-Catechin

J. N. Moss, J. M. Beiler, G. J. Martin
1950 Science  
t h a t the serum cholesterol in individuals with coronary artery disease reaches inordinately high levels in many (but not all) instances. The serum phospholipids, on the other hand, do not keep pace with this rise in serum cholesterol. Hence i t is believed that one of the factors favoring the deposition of cholesterol in the intima is enhanced because of the lack of a colloid stabilizer which may be reflected by the proportion of phospholipids in the serum. Conversely, in the normal
more » ... l i t may be suggested that the colloid stability of cholesterol is unchanged because the rise of serum phospholipids is proportional to the rise in serum cholesterol.
doi:10.1126/science.112.2897.16 pmid:15442200 fatcat:4jnxb2x3ond2rlorzehosdxcwe