Is VLDL a lipoprotein that carries digested fat from the GI tract through the lymph system?
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- eAnswers...Mar 15, 2013
"Very-low-density lipoprotein" is a type of lipoprotein made by the liver. It carries a large amount of triglycerides, a few phospholipids and cholesterol and it is made in the liver from extra dietary carbohydrates, chylomicron remnants and protein. The high fat content of VLDL makes a large quantity of this lipoprotein in the blood undesirable. You can also read from : http://www.ehow.com/list_6856907_four-classes-lipoprotein_.html#ixzz2NZryPMaW Or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Very_low-density_lipoprotein
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