Vitamins can be either water-soluble or lipid-soluble?
Careful, there are actually two biochemical Forms of Vitamins - call them Classes: 1) Water soluble, and 2) Lipid soluble. ...
What are the lipid soluble and water soluble Vitamins?
The lipid soluble vitamins are such as A, D, E, and K. The water soluble vitamins cannot be stored by the body in significant amounts for extended periods. ...
Asked in Health, Medication and Drugs
In order for a medication to be administered transdermally it must be lipid-soluble?
YES! I found this answer in my A&P book finally and yes it must be lipid-soluble to penetrate the skin. ...
Asked in Genetics
What kinds of particles cross the lipid bilayer easily?
Lipid soluble molecules cross the lipid bilayer easily. Highly permeable to non-polar (fat-soluble) molecules are also able to freely pass through the lipid bilayer. ...
How many water soluble vitamins and lipid soluble vitamins are there?
There are 9 water-soluble vitamins in the Vitamin B Complex: (examples: B6 and B12). Also, there are only 4 lipid - soluble (fat or oil - soluble) vitamins: A, D, E, and K. ...