Apolipoprotein E (ApoE) is a protein involved in lipid metabolism that can affect an individual’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Genetic testing can determine an individual’s ApoE genotype and associated Alzheimer’s risk.

iollo markers that associate with Apolipoprotein E (ApoE)*


Choline is required for phosphatidylcholine synthesis. Altered choline levels may impact phospholipid components of ApoE-containing lipoproteins.

Lysophosphatidylcholine a C18:2

Lysophosphatidylcholines are derived from phosphatidylcholines and may reflect phospholipid remodeling in lipoproteins. Changes could be linked to ApoE which transports lipids.

Phosphatidylcholine aa C34:4

This phosphatidylcholine species is likely present in lipoproteins containing ApoE. Variations in its level could relate to ApoE-mediated lipid transport and metabolism.

Phosphatidylcholine aa C36:5

Phosphatidylcholines are components of lipoproteins including those containing ApoE. Changes in phosphatidylcholine composition may reflect altered ApoE function or levels.

Phosphatidylcholine aa C38:6

Phosphatidylcholines are integral to lipoprotein structure and function. Alterations in this phosphatidylcholine species may be associated with ApoE-related lipid transport or metabolism.