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Electron micrographs of HDL subfractions from a patient with familial LCAT deficiency. A, large molecular weight HDL of patient A. A. negatively stained with phosphotungstic acid; approx. 189,000 X. B, small molecular weight HDL of patient A. ; approx. 231,000 X. From Forte et al. (1971a); see also Torsvik et al. (1970). 19 Lecithin: Cholesterol Acyltransferase 20 Flotation rate (F 1. 20 ) 10 o 3 , ,n : :i I. I: \ :; \\ ,/ I ~ \: ,: - - A. A. A. :. FIG. 11. Analytical ultracentrifugation of HDL subfractions from a patient with familial LeAT deRciency.

19. 063 gm/ml of patient A. A. analyzed by gel filtration on 2% agarose gel. From Norum et ale (1973). 063 gm/ml corresponding to 17 ml plasma were incubated with 6 ml plasma from patient A. A. 063 gm/illl subsequently isolated by preparative ultracentrifugation and filtration through 2% agarose gel (see Fig. 20). b LCAT activity was inhibited by adding p-chloromercuriphenylsulfonate (final concentration 2 mM). Lecithin: C ho"lesterol Acyltransferase 33 FIG. 21. Effect of incubation on the HDL of a patient with familial LCAT deficiency.

A. M. R. also have been studied. Fat-free diets caused relatively little change in the large molecular weight HDL subfraction, but markedly decreased the concentration of the small molecular weight HDL, as shown by gel filtration (Fig. 14), disc gel electrophoresis (Fig. 15), and analytical ultracentrifugation (Fig. 16). In patient A. , a diet that provided about 35'% of the total calories in the form of medium chain triglyceride had the same general effect. Several alternate mechanisms might account for the effect of dietary fat on the large molecular weight VLDL and the large and intermediate molecular weight LDL.

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