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what is the location of cholesterol in plasma membrane​


Answered by Anonymous

Cholesterol (more...) In addition to the phospholipids, the plasma membranes of animal cells contain glycolipids and cholesterol. The glycolipids are found exclusively in the outer leaflet of the plasma membrane, with their carbohydrate portions exposed on the cell surface.

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Answered by sunidhisingh40


Cholesterol, another lipid composed of four fused carbon rings, is found alongside phospholipids in the core of the membrane. Membrane proteins may extend partway into the plasma membrane, cross the membrane entirely, or be loosely attached to its inside or outside face.

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