Urbanization, mainly rurality, but not altitude is associated with dyslipidemia profiles.

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Lazo-Porras, M; Bernabe-Ortiz, A; Quispe, R; Málaga, G; Smeeth, L; Gilman, RH; Checkley, W; Miranda, JJ; CRONICAS Cohort Study Group;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
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    mesheuropmc: lipids (amino acids, peptides, and proteins)

: Geographical and environmental features such as urbanization and altitude may influence individual's lipid profiles because of the diversity of human-environment interactions including lifestyles.<br/> : To characterize the association between altitude and urbanizatio... View more
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