Lipoproteins

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 A lipoprotein is a particle which is responsible for transporting hydrophobic lipids throughout the body via blood circulation. They have a hydrophilic outer shell and a hydrophobic interior. 
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 A lipoprotein is a particle which is responsible for transporting hydrophobic lipids throughout the body via blood circulation. They have a hydrophilic outer membrane and a hydrophobic interior. 

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 A lipoprotein is a particle which is responsible for transporting hydrophobic lipids throughout the body via blood circulation. They have a hydrophilic outer membrane and a hydrophobic interior. 

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