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‘ Correct answers are hidden. Score for this quiz: 11 out of 18 Submitted May 13 at 8:22pm
This attempt took 29 minutes. Question 1 5 f 14 Pts The Liver is the primary organ managing cholesterol homeostasis. Cells of this organ acquire cholesterol from dietary sources via l [salad-'1 ¢ .' from uptake of circulating!i [ Salad] ¢ that were created by the liver in the form ofl [salad] = l , and by synthesizing it from acetyl co-A. The rate limiting step of cholesterol synthesis is catalyzed by l-l SEIECtl él . When liver cell cholesterol levels fall they produce
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Answer 1:
Liver
Answer 2: chylomicrons Answer 3: LDLs Answer 4: VLDLs Answer 5: HDLs Answer 6: LESS Answer 7: Adenylate cyclase

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