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What is a lipid droplet?

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September 04, 2007 7:36PM

A lipid is a compound that is insoluble (unable to be dissolved) in water but can be dissolved in other nonpolar solvents. The category of lipids includes oil, fat and wax.

A lipid droplet is a small amount of that compound.