Functions of cholesterol, Biology

Cholesterol is a steroid.  It is very significant constituentof cell membranes in mammals, it modulates their fluidity. Cholesterol is also the precursor of steroid hormones   such as testosterone, progesterone and cortisol and the bile salts.

 

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