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1.2.1 Origins of Cholesterol

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Title: 1.2.1 Origins of Cholesterol
Author: Bruce, Brendan; La Barbera, Andrew R.; Marsh, Karen
Description: 1.2.1 Origin of Cholesterol (Animation) -How is cholesterol derived from the circulating lipoproteins (the preferred source)? - How is cholesterol derived from preformed cholesterol ester in the lipid storage vacuoles? - How is cholesterol synthesized de novo from acetyl coenzyme A? - How is cholesterol synthesis regulated in steroid-producing cells? 1.2 Objective: To describe how the steroid hormones are synthesized in steroid-producing tissues. GOAL: To describe the structure, synthesis, transport, metabolism and excretion of steroid hormones and the consequences of their deficiencies.
Bookmark: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.UC/120
Date: 2007-02-05

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