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AcronymDefinition
HDLHigh Density Lipoprotein (so-called "good" cholesterol)
HDLHardware Description Language
HDLHandle
HDLHab Dich Lieb
HDLHeavy-Duty Liquid (detergent)
HDLHp Description Language
HDLHeader Data Length
HDLHeavy Duty Long
HDLHardware Design Language
HDLHarry Diamond Laboratories (US Army Research Laboratory)
HDLHundred Dollar Laptop (One Laptop per Child program)
HDLHoney-Do List
HDLHuey, Dewey and Louie
HDLHuman Development and Learning (various schools)
HDLHope Dies Last (band)
HDLHierarchical Design Language
HDLHospital Distrital de Lamego (Portugal)
HDLHypothesis Driven Lexical Adaptation
HDLHolding Design Load
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But it's worth trying to lower them if they're above 200 and if you already have heart disease, a family history of premature heart disease, or cholesterol above 240 and HDL less than 35.
We believe that Cerenis is well positioned to develop breakthrough approaches in HDL therapy for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
Q: How high should your HDL ["good"] cholesterol be"
Rader and his colleagues sequenced the lipid-modifying regions of the genomes of 328 people with markedly elevated HDL (along with a control group with lower HDL) to identify genetic causes of high HDL.
HDL is a collection of macromolecular particles that contain >80 different proteins (12, 13) and range in size from <7 nm to >14 nm (14).
CHOLESTEROL: BY THE NUMBERS Low risk Average High risk HDL "good" [greater than or 50-59 mg/dL <40 mg/dL (men) cholesterol equal to] 60 mg/dL (good) <50 mg/dL (protective) (women) LDL "bad" <100 mg/dL 130-159 mg/dL [greater than or cholesterol * (optimal) equal to] 160 100-129 mg/dL (near [greater than or optimal) equal to] 190 mg/dL (very high) < 100 mg/dL 200-499 mg/dL (optimal) (high) Triglycerides 100-149 mg/dL 150-199 mg/dL [greater than or (normal) equal to] 500 mg/dL (very high) * Cleveland Clinic experts recommend an LDL goal of <70 mg/dL.
This may suggest that low HDL cholesterol levels per se do not cause" heart attacks, said the Danish scientists.
ApoC-III, a proinflammatory protein, resides on the surface of some lipoproteins-both HDL and low-density lipoproteins, or LDL ("bad") cholesterol.
MathWorks said HDL Coder generates portable, synthesizable VHDL and Verilog code from MATLAB functions and Simulink models that can be used for FPGA programming or ASIC prototyping and design, enabling users to immediately identify the best algorithm for hardware implementation.
I don't think this study is relevant as elevated HDL is associated with greater physical activity, which we know protects against the development of cancer," says Patricia Ganz, MD, director of the UCLA-LIVESTRONG[TM] Survivorship Center of Excellence and a physician at UCLA Health System.
The present study was designed to examine the effects of lifestyle modification on the inflammatory/anti-inflammatory properties of HDL in obese men (n = 22) with metabolic syndrome factors.