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Intravascular Free Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Is Inversely Correlated With HDL Cholesterol and Postheparin Lipoprotein Lipase but Proportional to Apolipoprotein A-II

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Title: Intravascular Free Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Is Inversely Correlated With HDL Cholesterol and Postheparin Lipoprotein Lipase but Proportional to Apolipoprotein A-II
Authors: Kawaguchi, Akito Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Miyao, Yuji Browse this author
Noguchi, Teruo Browse this author
Nonogi, Hiroshi Browse this author
Yamagishi, Masakazu Browse this author
Miyatake, Kunio Browse this author
Kamikubo, Yuichi Browse this author
Kumeda, Kousuke Browse this author
Tsushima, Motoo Browse this author
Yamamoto, Akira Browse this author
Kato, Hisao Browse this author
Keywords: TFPI
HDL cholesterol
Apolipoprotein A-II
Lipoprotein lipase (lipoprotein lipase)
coronary artery disease
Issue Date: Jan-2000
Journal Title: Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Start Page: 251
End Page: 258
Publisher DOI: 10.1161/01.ATV.20.1.251
PMID: 10634826
Abstract: To elucidate the distribution and clinical implications of tissue factor pathway inhibitor (TFPI) concentrations, we measured TFPI levels consisting of preheparin free, lipoprotein-bound (Lp-bound), and endothelial cell-anchor pools in 156 patients with coronary artery disease (average age, 61.2+/-9.1 years; range, 32 to 78 years) by heparin infusion (50 IU/kg) and compared them with the preheparin TFPI levels of 229 healthy subjects (average age, 59. 6+/-9.4 years; range, 41 to 80 years). The patients had lower preheparin free TFPI and lower HDL cholesterol (HDL-C) levels than the healthy subjects with equivalent Lp-bound forms (free TFPI, 15. 9+/-6.5 versus 19.2+/-8.1 ng/mL). In a partial correlation analysis, the preheparin free TFPI levels were shown to be inversely correlated with the HDL-C concentrations in both the patients (r=-0. 454, P<0.001) and the healthy subjects (r=-0.136, P<0.05). As determined by comparison of preheparin and postheparin plasma, the patients generally showed preheparin free TFPI <10%, Lp-bound TFPI at 30%, and endothelial cell-anchor TFPI at 60%. When the patients were divided into 4 categories by their LDL cholesterol (LDL-C, 130 mg/dL) and HDL-C (40 mg/dL) levels to specify their coronary risks, the low-HDL-C groups had significantly increased preheparin and postheparin free TFPI levels and decreased postheparin LPL levels, whereas the high-LDL-C groups showed increased levels of Lp-bound TFPI. In a partial correlation analysis, we found a proportional relation between postheparin free TFPI and apolipoprotein A-II (r=0. 5327) and between HDL-C and LPL (r=0.4906), whereas postheparin free TFPI was inversely correlated with HDL-C (r=-0.4280) and postheparin LPL (r=-0.4791). The inverse relationship between TFPI and LPL suggests that increased free TFPI concentrations as a compensatory response of the endothelium to prevent atherothrombotic processes compete with and displace LPL on endothelial surface, resulting in reduced LPL and low HDL-C.
Type: article (author version)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/57389
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