Washington: Scientists claim to have found how "bad" cholesterol accumulates in the human blood. A team at the University of New South Wales says that a protein, which directs traffic within cells, is responsible for accumulation of "bad" cholesterol, a finding which could pave the way for effective treatment for a range of diseases. Professor Rob Yang, who led the team, said: "Cholesterol is carried around our bloodstream, packaged in particles called lipoproteins. "Cholesterol from the low-density lipoproteins – also known as "bad" cholesterol -- enters our cells and deposits at different locations through a poorly understood maze of transport routes."
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