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Concept Fibroblasts
Academic Article Quantitation of the pool of cholesterol associated with acyl-CoA:cholesterol acyltransferase in human fibroblasts.
Academic Article Circulation of cholesterol between lysosomes and the plasma membrane.
Academic Article Regulation of endoplasmic reticulum cholesterol by plasma membrane cholesterol.
Academic Article Dynamics of lysosomal cholesterol in Niemann-Pick type C and normal human fibroblasts.
Academic Article Cholesterol movement in Niemann-Pick type C cells and in cells treated with amphiphiles.
Academic Article Effect of protein kinase C on endoplasmic reticulum cholesterol.
Academic Article Movement of zymosterol, a precursor of cholesterol, among three membranes in human fibroblasts.
Academic Article Activation of membrane cholesterol by displacement from phospholipids.
Academic Article Effectors of rapid homeostatic responses of endoplasmic reticulum cholesterol and 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-CoA reductase.
Academic Article Regulation of fibroblast mitochondrial 27-hydroxycholesterol production by active plasma membrane cholesterol.
Academic Article Scrambling of phospholipids activates red cell membrane cholesterol.
Academic Article Activation mobilizes the cholesterol in the late endosomes-lysosomes of Niemann Pick type C cells.
Academic Article Role of the plasma membrane in cholesterol esterification in rat hepatoma cells.
Academic Article Plasma membranes contain half the phospholipid and 90% of the cholesterol and sphingomyelin in cultured human fibroblasts.
Academic Article Cholesterol-rich intracellular membranes: a precursor to the plasma membrane.
Academic Article How cholesterol homeostasis is regulated by plasma membrane cholesterol in excess of phospholipids.
Academic Article Essentially all excess fibroblast cholesterol moves from plasma membranes to intracellular compartments.

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