Test code: QRS200
Parameter Include : 3Book Now
Apolipoproteins are the primary protein component of lipoproteins, which are responsible for the transport of lipids. Apolipoproteins play an important role in the preservation of the structural integrity and solubility of lipoproteins, as well as in the recognition of lipoprotein receptors and the regulation of certain enzymes involved in the metabolism of lipoproteins. Along with other routine apolipoprotein a1 Jawahar Colony and apolipoproteins b Jawahar Colony is used to help determine an individual's risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD). This screening is not performed on the general population but rather on patients who have a family history of heart disease and/or hyperlipidemia to help determine the cause of the patient's condition (especially in situations in which the LDL-cholesterol cannot be calculated).
It is believed that having high levels of apo A-I confers a protective effect, which may be independent of HDL levels. You must take an apolipoproteins A1 Jawahar Colony test
There is a possibility that your levels of apolipoprotein A are high if any of the following apply to you: Consume supplements or medicines that contain additional estrogens. One must take an apolipoprotein a1 and b Jawahar Colony
High alcohol consumption, high levels of physical activity, not smoking, and a low body mass index (BMI) were the primary determinants of high apo a1 test Jawahar Colony test concentrations, while smoking and a high BMI were the primary determinants of high apo a1 apo b concentrations in the apo a1 Jawahar Colony test