The effect of tamoxifen therapy on serum apolipoprotein A-I level is modified by the apolipoprotein E phenotype
AuthorLiberopoulos, E. N.
Elisaf, Moses S.
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Liberopoulos, E. N.; Karabina, S. A.; Tselepis, A.; Bairaktari, Eleni Th; Nikolaides, C.; Pavlidis, Nicholas; Elisaf, Moses S. (2002)Background: Tamoxifen has favorable effects on the serum lipid profile. It has been suggested that the apolipoprotein (Apo) E phenotype can influence serum lipid parameters; the ApoE allele 4 (ApoE4) is associated with ...
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