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that make up the “cell cycle” group in our research showed stronger or weaker links with mitosis, meiosis or intracellular organization processes.
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integrin and endothelial cell adhesion molecules by HDL ( 6 , 37 ). Overall, our data on the negative correlation between HDL-C and pro-inflammatory gene transcripts suggest the decay of atherogenesis-related inflammation with the increase of HDL-C. Besides, PBMC expression of atherogenesis-sensitive genes is suggested to be controlled only by HDL-C level, due to the lack of any association with LDL-C and plasma TG. Both conclusions are the major novelties of our study.
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