Cholesterol is mainly transported in blood as low-density lipoprotein, a form of lipid-protein complex that forms esters with cholesterol. When cells take in cholesterol, it is through endocytosis.
LDL particles, which contain cholesterol, enter cells via:
A. channel proteins
B. carrier proteins
C. receptor-mediated endocytosis
D. diffusion across the membrane
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