Lipoproteins that Circulate in the Blood Collecting Fat

High-density lipoproteins (HDL), often referred to as the "Good Cholesterol", circulates in the blood stream collecting fat and cholesterol from arteries and transporting them to the liver for removal. The movie shows how these lipoproteins (in blue and green) can gather the fat molecules (in white and brown) into small particles allowing them to flow through blood vessels.

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