Que são lipidos?

Os lipidos são as moléculas que contêm hidrocarbonetos e compo os blocos de apartamentos da estrutura e da função de pilhas vivas. Os exemplos dos lipidos incluem gorduras, petróleos, ceras, determinadas vitaminas (tais como A, D, E e K), hormonas e a maioria da membrana de pilha que não é compo da proteína.

Os lipidos não são solúveis na água como são não-polares, mas são assim solúveis em solventes não-polares tais como o clorofórmio.

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Michael graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a B.Sc. in Chemistry in 2014, where he majored in organic, inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry. He is currently completing a Ph.D. on the design and production of gold nanoparticles able to act as multimodal anticancer agents, being both drug delivery platforms and radiation dose enhancers.

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