How to Isolate Cholesterol from Gallstones

Cholesterol is a natural organic steroid and alcohol compound found in cell membranes, where it is an essential structural component of mammalian cell membranes and functions to establish proper membrane permeability and fluidity. In addition, cholesterol is an important building block for synthesis of bile acids, steroid hormones, and several fat-soluble vitamins and is found in the spinal cord, brain, and nerve tissue. The gallbladder concentrates bile produced from the liver and releases them as needed for digestion. The gallbladder also stores free cholesterol, which can precipitate to form gallstones if its concentration in the bile exceeds a critical level. Accumulation of gallstones can irritate the lining of the gallbladder, causing pain, nausea, and vomiting. They may also block bile ducts and cause complications requiring surgery (cholecystectomy) to remove the gallbladder with its gallstones. The following steps will help guide you to isolate cholesterol from gallstones.

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