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Name: Eurice
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Date: August 2004


Question:
What are the main sources of phospholipids?



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Phospholipids are found in the middle layer of practically all biological membranes, e.g. cell membranes, nuclear membranes and mitochondrial membranes. Dietary sources rich in phospholipids are egg yolk and purified lecithin available in health-food stores.

Ron Baker, Ph.D.



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