high-density lipoprotein

HDL abbr.
high-density lipoprotein
Abbreviation of high-density lipoprotein

An abbreviation for high-density lipoprotein, molecules that remove cholesterol from the bloodstream and carry it to the liver.

Note: HDLs are often called “good” cholesterol.

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high-density lipoprotein


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