Footage - Reverse cholesterol transport is a multistage process that enters the lymphatic system and then into the bloodstream, allowing cholesterol to move back from the peripheral tissues to the liver.
Reverse cholesterol transport is a multistage process that enters the lymphatic system and then into the bloodstream, allowing cholesterol to move back from the peripheral tissues to the liver.
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Duration : 12.45s
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