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Myelin proteolipid

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Description of Myelin proteolipid

Myelin proteolipid: family of fatty acylated, extremely hydrophobic membrane proteins that serve to glue the intracellular faces of myelin lamellae in tight apposition; accounts for more than half of total myelin protein.
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