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Anhydrous cholesterol: a new crystalline form in gallstones
  1. D. June Sutor,
  2. P. J. Gaston

    Abstract

    A new crystalline form of anhydrous cholesterol called cholesterol II has been found in gallstones. This material can change within a few weeks into the usual form of anhydrous cholesterol but pure synthetic cholesterol II is stable.

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