Low HDL Cholesterol and High Risk of Autoimmune Disease: Two Population-Based Cohort Studies Including 117341 Individuals

Volume: 65, Issue: 5, Pages: 644 - 652
Published: May 1, 2019
Abstract
HDL is quantitatively the most important lipoprotein in most species and mechanistic evidence points toward a role for HDL in normal immune function. We tested the hypothesis that concentrations of HDL cholesterol are associated with risk of autoimmune disease.From 2 studies of the general population-the Copenhagen General Population Study and the Copenhagen City Heart study-we included 107954 and 9387 individuals with baseline measurements of...
Paper Details
Title
Low HDL Cholesterol and High Risk of Autoimmune Disease: Two Population-Based Cohort Studies Including 117341 Individuals
Published Date
May 1, 2019
Volume
65
Issue
5
Pages
644 - 652
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