Joined 7 years ago from Nepal
I love to write information about biochemical compounds, pathways, and mechanisms. Biochemistry can explain all the phenomena occurring in the living system. A living body can be considered a chemical system, in which different chemical reactions and pathways are going on in a systematic and coordinated way. All the chemical pathways and reactions occurring in a living system follow thermodynamic principles and can be explained based on thermodynamics. If the living system equilibrates with the environment, then this is the condition called the death of the living system. Therefore, the living system tries to avoid reaching equilibrium with the environment but is in a steady state.
5 weeks ago
Cholesterol is a non-saponifiable lipid (a saturated pentacyclic hydrocarbon). It is the third most common membrane lipid that maintains membrane fluidity along with other membrane lipids. Cholesterol has so many important functions in our body if it is maintained at a certain level.
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