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The food-associated mycotoxin ochratoxin A (OTA) has been demonstrated to be deleterious to numerous cell types including brain cells. Although OTA has been proved to be toxic to astrocytes, no other(More)
Cholesterol is a ubiquitous neutral lipid, which finely tunes the activity of a wide range of membrane proteins, including neurotransmitter and hormone receptors and ion channels. Given the scarcity(More)
The molecular mechanisms that control the multiple possible modes of protein association with membrane cholesterol are remarkably convergent. These mechanisms, which include hydrogen bonding, CH-π(More)