Cholesterol is also known as cholesterol. A derivative of cyclopentane poly hydro phenanthrene. As early as the 18th century, cholesterol was found in gallstones. In 1816, the chemist Bencher named the substance with lipid properties cholesterol. Cholesterol is widely present in animals,…

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Blood lipids are a general term for neutral fats (triglycerides) and lipids (phospholipids, glycolipids, sterols, and steroids) in plasma, and are widely found in humans. They are essential for the metabolism of living cells. In general, the main components of blood lipids are triglycerides and cholesterol, among which triglycerides are…

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