Cholesterol nucleates rapidly from mixed micelles in the prairie dog.


Current theory suggests that the nucleation of cholesterol in human bile requires the aggregation and fusion of cholesterol-enriched phospholipid vesicles. This theory is based on observations which do not exclude the precipitation of cholesterol from mixed micelles. The present study examines the role of mixed micelles and vesicles in the formation of… (More)


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