A study has outlined how two proteins are instrumental to bringing cholesterol into cells – a finding that has implications for a range of diseases.
A molecule first found in sharks over 100 years ago has been found to regulate an enzyme that is key to cholesterol production.
A protein that transports cholesterol inside cells could be the key to developing drugs to boost ‘good cholesterol’.
UNSW scientists have identified a molecular switch in the body that regulates production of two substances vital to human health – cholesterol and vitamin D.
Judging foods only by their saturated or monounsaturated fat content ignores their complete nutritional profile, writes Rosemary Stanton.
A promising new way to inhibit cholesterol production in the body has been discovered, one that may yield treatments as effective as existing medications but with fewer side-effects.