LDL



Biochemistry.
1.
low-density lipoprotein.
abbreviation
1.
low-density lipoprotein

LDL abbr.
low-density lipoprotein
LDL
Abbreviation of low-density lipoprotein

Abbreviation for low-density lipoprotein. A type of cholesterol that is linked to heart disease and atherosclerosis. (Compare HDL.)

Note: LDLs are often referred to as “bad” cholesterol.

[“LDL: A Logic-Based Data-Language”, S. Tsur et al, Proc VLDB 1986, Kyoto Japan, Aug 1986, pp.33-41].
low-density lipoprotein

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