Definition of Phospholipid:

A fat or lipid containing phosphorus found in high quantities in the brain and very important to the function of cellular membranes and to the nervous system.

Topics Related to Phospholipid

CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) a treatment
“...In vitro studies have shown that the milk phospholipid, sphingomyelin, affects three different major antiproliferative pathways which influence oncogenesis...”

Phosphytidalserine a treatment
“...Phosphatidylserine is the major phospholipid in the brains of humans and animals and plays crucial roles in maintaining healthy brain function...”

Susceptibility To Miscarriages

...the condition
“...ANTIPHOSPHOLIPID ANTIBODIES Phospholipid molecules are normal components of all cell membranes and antibodies to phospholipid molecules can therefore interfere with the development of the placenta...”
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