lysophosphatidylcholine

lysophosphatidylcholine
A phosphatidylcholine in which a fatty acid has been removed from the C2 position of the glycerol group.

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ly·so·phos·pha·ti·dyl·cho·line -.fäs-fə-.tīd-əl-'kō-.lēn, -(.)fäs-.fat-əd-əl- n a hemolytic substance produced by the removal of a fatty acid group (as by the action of cobra venom) from a lecithin called also lysolecithin

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