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Cholesterol was first described near the end of the 18th century by a French chemist, Antoine Francois de Fourcroy, and then named “cholesteroline” by Michel Eugene Chevreul in 1815. Cholesterol is an insoluble constituent of animal fats found among the lipids ...

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