noun \ˈvē-ˈel-ˈdē-ˈel\

Definition of VLDL

: a plasma lipoprotein that is produced primarily by the liver with lesser amounts contributed by the intestine, that contains relatively large amounts of triglycerides compared to protein, and that leaves a residue of cholesterol in the tissues during the process of conversion to LDL—called also very-low-density lipoprotein; compare hdl, ldl

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