Phosphatidylcholine



/ˌfɒsfətɪdaɪlˈkəʊliːn/
noun
1.
the systematic name for lecithin

phosphatidylcholine phos·pha·ti·dyl·cho·line (fŏs’fə-tīd’l-kō’lēn’)
n.
A phospholipid that is a major component of cellular membranes and functions in the transport of lipoproteins in tissues.

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