Table 3.

Study of the effect of FT CSs on apoB-100 and non-HDL-P concentrations measured by IN, LC-MS/MS, VAP, NMR, and ES-DMA.a

IN, %LC-MS/MS-2B, %VAP, %NMR LP3, %NMR LP4, %ES-DMA-1, %
CS 001−0.7−5.8−0.70.6−2.00.2
CS 002−−0.3−0.719.3
CS 0030.9−5.7−1.42.2−2.2−9.7
CS 0041.2−5.6−1.5−5.3−1.63.3
CS 005−0.50.8−3.3−0.4−2.9−6.0
CS 006−−8.7−2.310.5
CS 0070.0−1.0−2.0−4.8−2.5−9.9
CS 008−0.5−4.41.0−4.3−3.23.9
CS 0091.0−1.4−0.11.2−1.36.3
CS 010−1.7−6.8−1.1−
CS 0110.9−10.2−3.1−5.9−1.131.7
CS 0121.51.7−
CS 0130.5−5.7−0.6−2.21.5−0.5
CS 0140.6−6.1−0.42.3−4.2−14.7
CS 0150.3−2.4−2.10.6−0.31.5
CS 016−1.1−3.3−2.4−
CS 0170.0−5.3−1.2−9.1−3.22.4
CS 018−0.1−9.2−3.8−5.9−3.05.1
CS 019−1.3−11.60.4−6.5−5.920.6
CS 020−0.8−3.4−2.0−
CS 021−0.2−10.2−2.4−1.7−5.33.0
CS 0220.3−5.9−2.73.0−0.21.4
CS 0230.4−2.1−1.8−6.4−3.41.4
CS 0240.11.0−1.2−3.1−3.78.9
CS 025−0.6−9.5−
Mean difference−0.1−4.2−1.4−2.3−1.85.0
P value FT effect0.98291.261 E-041.999 E-051.116 E-058.651 E-050.09241
  • a The difference between mean concentrations measured in the 25 fresh and frozen CSs is shown for each method and for each CS. Mean differences for each method and associated SDs were additionally calculated. A paired t-test was performed to evaluate if the FT effect was statistically significant, and the corresponding P value was calculated. A P value <0.05 implies that the FT effect is statistically significant.