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Monopalmitoylphosphatidylcholine incorporation into human erythrocyte ghost membranes causes protein and lipid immobilization and cholesterol depletion.

Golan DE, Furlong ST, Brown CS, Caulfield JP. Monopalmitoylphosphatidylcholine incorporation into human erythrocyte ghost membranes causes protein and lipid immobilization and cholesterol depletion. Biochemistry. 1988 Apr 19; 27(8):2661-7.

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