Phosphatidylcholine: It sure is a hard word to get your tongue around!
Defined and Pro-nun-c-ia-tion by dictionary.com as:
phosphatidylcholine phos·pha·ti·dyl·cho·line (fŏs’fə-tīd’l-kō’lēn’)
A phospholipid that is a major component of cellular membranesand functions in the transport
of lipoproteins in tissues.
Click Here to listen to Phosphatidylcholine be pronounced (needs sound!)
Here also is a Video of the well known inventor Ray Kurzweil talking about Phosphatidylcholine for another take on the pronunciation.
Common Misspellings of Phosphatidylcholine
These are various misspellings used by people when visiting this website after searching in Google for Phosphatidylcholine:
phosphatidyl choline (with a space)
The list will keep updating as time goes on. Quite humorous are the multitude of ways we can spell Phosphatidylcholine to make it sound more like phos-fat-idle-colin. But perhaps more telling is the indication of how reliant we are on Google now as our spell checker to the World/Internet…
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