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  • n. Plural form of phospholipid.

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Examples

  • Without these proteins, called phospholipids, your blood begins to clot and has no mechanism by which to stop clotting.

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  • Besides the omega-3 fats, which make up much of your cell membrane, there is another class of compounds called phospholipids, which are equally crucial for building membranes.

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  • By methylating fats called phospholipids, SAMe keeps the membranes fluid and the receptors mobile.

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  • The proteins are normally buried in a membrane, so they started with a collection of chemicals called phospholipids, which normally comprise part of a cell's membrane.

    Ars Technica

  • Energy, produced synthetic molecules called phospholipids that form disks; these disks provide structural support for other molecules that actually respond to light, in structures called reaction centers, which release electrons when struck by particles of light.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Initiative and the Department of Energy, produced synthetic molecules called phospholipids that form discs; these discs provide structural support for other molecules that actually respond to light, in structures called reaction centers, which release electrons when struck by particles of light.

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  • Until now, it was thought that all cells are surrounded by membranes containing molecules called phospholipids - oily compounds that contain phosphorus, as well as other basic biochemical nutrients including nitrogen.

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  • 1. They build all cell membranes along with a few other key fats called phospholipids—PC and PS.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • Its solubility in blood plasma is - like other lipids - due to its being packaged into submicroscopic spherical particles with completely hydrophobic components inside, surrounded outside by a mosaic layer of less hydrophobic ones, such as phospholipids and protein.

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  • Vande Haar penned a 12-verse epic in which he manages to rhyme words like "phospholipids," "hemorrhage" and "zymogen."

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