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Introduction: Proteolipid

Description of Proteolipid

Proteolipid: covalent complexes of protein and lipid with lipophilic properties; LIPOPROTEIN, by contrast, can be noncovalent and water soluble, but in modern usage both terms are applied to membrane proteolipids.
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