HDL subgroups and their paraoxonase-1 activity in the obese, overweight and normal weight subjects


Dogan K., Senes M., Karaca A., Kayalp D., KAN S., Gulcelik N. E. , ...More

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE, 2021 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Doi Number: 10.1111/ijcp.14969
  • Title of Journal : INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PRACTICE

Abstract

Background Obesity and overweight are significant public health problems because of higher risk for coronary artery disease (CAD). It is very important to determine new predictive markers to identify the CAD risk in obese and overweight. To aim this, we analysed HDL-C subgroups (HDL2-C and HDL3-C) and their paraoxonase-1 (PON-1) activity in obese, overweight and normal weight subjects. Method 71 obese, 40 overweight and 30 healthy subjects as a control group were enrolled the study. Serum lipids levels were determined with enzymatic colorimetric method. Further, PON-1 activities and HDL-C levels were determined by spectrophotometric methods. Non-HDL3-C concentrations were calculated with the subtraction of HDL3-C from total HDL-C. Results The mean serum levels of total HDL-C, HDL3-C, Non-HDL3-C and ApoA1 were higher in control group than obese and overweight groups. There were a statistically significant difference between obese and control group in terms of Lp(a), hsCRP and HOMA index. Higher total PON-1, non-HDL3 PON-1 and HDL3 PON-1 activities were found in the control group compared with obese and overweight groups. Total HDL was weakly negative correlated with the HOMA index, BMI and waist circumference. There was a weak negative correlation between non-HDL3-C and waist circumference. Conclusion Altered HDL-subgroups pattern and decreased PON-1 activities may cause increased risk for CVD in obese and overweight individuals. Therefore determination of HDL subgroups and their PON-1 activity may improve risk prediction compared with measuring total HDL-C levels and its PON-1 activity alone. Body weight and insulin resistance appear to have a role in the decreased HDL-C levels and PON-1activity in obese. Further studies should be conducted to shed more light on impacts of these markers in CVD.