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Figure 1S. Cholesterol distribution between lipoproteins separated by FPLC from plasma pools of hyperlipidemic hamsters treated (HLP 21w) or not (HL 21w) with probiotic mix (A) and histograms of LDL-cholesterol/total cholesterol (LDL-C/TC) and HDL-C/TC ratios (B). The data are expressed as mean ± SD, n = 10 animals for each group, #p < 0.05 HLP 21w vs. HL 21w, ##p < 0.01 HLP 21w vs. HL 21w.

Figure 2S. The apolipoproteins composition of VLDL (A), LDL (B) and HDL (C) in control (N), hyperlipidemic hamsters (HL 21w) and hyperlipidemic hamsters treated with probiotic mix (HLP 21w). The data are expressed as mean ± SD; n = 10 animals for each group. The apoAI protein expression in liver and gut of N, HL 21w and HLP 21w (D) (n = 6 animals), *p < 0.05 HL 21w vs. N, **p < 0.01 HL 21w vs. N, #p < 0.05 HLP 21w vs. HL 21w, ##p < 0.01 HLP 21w vs. HL 21w.

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