Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii (ISSN 0042-8809)

Comparison of lipoprotein spectrum and lipids in maternal blood and in umbilical cord blood of newborn infant

   
Klimov A.N., Magracheva E.Ya., Chistiakova A.M., Matveev I.I., Triufanov V.F.
PubMed Id: 193293
Year: 1976 vol: 22  issue:3  pages: 346-351
Abstract: Content of beta- and pre-beta-lipoprotein fractions, total cholesterol and triglycerides was distinctly lower in blood serum of infant than in maternal one. In serum of funicular blood content of free fatty acids was 2.5-fold higher than in maternal blood serum; in erythrocytes of infant content of cholesterol was found to be higher by 40%, as compared with maternal erythrocytes. In blood serum of infant content of free cholesterol amounted to 28% of the total cholesterol at the same time in maternal blood it was equal to 37%. The highest proportion of cholesterol was found in alpha-lipoproteins of infant, in mother it was observed in beta-lipoproteins. In blood of infant and mother the same types of lipoproteins were present but their quantitative ratio was different. The main lipoproteins of infant were shown to be alpha-lipoproteins. Relationship between the content of cholesterol in pre-beta-lipoproteins (correlation coefficient 0.64) was noted in blood of mother and infant.
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Reference: Klimov A.N., Magracheva E.Ya., Chistiakova A.M., Matveev I.I., Triufanov V.F., Comparison of lipoprotein spectrum and lipids in maternal blood and in umbilical cord blood of newborn infant, Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1976, vol: 22(3), 346-351.
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