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The effect of phospholipids on cholesteryl ester hydrolysis by neutral cholesterol esterase in alveolar macro-phages was studied. Among the phospholipids used as emul-sifiers, those with a negative charge, such as phosphatidylser-ine, phosphatidic acid, phosphatidylinositol, and cardiolipin, gave a higher level of hydrolysis by neutral cholesterol esterase(More)
Frontotemporal lobar degeneration-tau, Pick's disease subtype (PiD) is one of the major types of frontotemporal dementia, but its pathogenesis and disease mechanisms remain unclear. Here, we report a case of very early PiD. The patient was a 63-year-old healthy woman without dementia or any apparent psychosis. She was admitted to the hospital with multiple(More)
When students read textbooks in the classroom, they usually apply active reading. The practice of marking in university textbooks is a familiar one. They scribble comments on the margin, highlight elements, underline words and phrases, and correlate distinct parts to foster critical thinking. While the use of annotations during active reading supports the(More)
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