One of the pioneers of intestinal lipid absorption died on August 19, 2015, after a lengthy illness. He was Dr. Charles M. Mansbach, or Charlie to his friends. Over a long productive and distinguished career, he made many contributions to our understanding of the factors involved in intestinal lipid absorption and the role of the chylomicron assembly in particular.
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