nicotine and cholesterol?
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A colorless, poisonous alkaloid, C10H14N2, derived from the tobacco plant and used as an insecticide. It is the substance in tobacco to which smokers can become addicted.
A white crystalline substance, C27H45OH, found in animal tissues and various foods, that is normally synthesized by the liver and is important as a constituent of cell membranes and a precursor to steroid hormones. Its level in the bloodstream can influence the pathogenesis of certain conditions, such as the development of atherosclerotic plaque and coronary artery disease.
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This looks like a healthy sample of lung tissue to me. A young one too, no more that 25. The patient must have died suddenly due to high high O2 content indicated by the strong red color. I suspect foul play.
Yes but the high levels of cholesterol seem to have choked the arteries.. no foul play at all, he/she just ate too much KFC Yuck *lol*
Ugh, I feel like I need to disinfect my screen after that! But it is pretty cool. Nice work!
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