a sphingolipids b phosphoglycerides lipid rafts are

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Unformatted text preview: pid raft, and why? (Hint: how do sphingolipids and phosphoglycerides differ in terms of saturation of fatty acid tails?) a. Sphingolipids b. Phosphoglycerides Lipid rafts are more solid than the surrounding lipid bilayer, and sphingolipids tend to have more saturated fatty acid tails (fewer double bonds), making them a bit more likely to be solid compared to phosphoglycerides. 3....
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