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From: Walnut oil increases cholesterol efflux through inhibition of stearoyl CoA desaturase 1 in THP-1 macrophage-derived foam cells

Figure 4

Categorized by baseline CRP level (2 mg/L as a cutting point), subjects have different serum lipid response following walnut oil intake. (A) Changes in CRP between low- and high-CRP subgroups. CRP values were expressed as mean (mg/L) ± SEM. Subjects were categorized as low (8 subjects) or high (7 subjects) CRP sub-groups based on the mean of baseline CRP values (P < 0.001 between sub-groups). (B) Changes in TG between low- and high-CRP subgroups (P < 0.01 between sub-groups). (C) Changes inTC between low- and high-CRP subgroups. (D) Changes in LDL-C between low- and high-CRP subgroups. (E) Changes in HDL-C between low- and high-CRP subgroups. Lipids and lipoproteins were expressed as mean (mg/dL) ± SEM. Open square with dashed line represents the high CRP sub-group. Solid circle with straight line represents the low CRP sub-group.

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