Identify the lipid molecule that is crystallisable in nature. Also, give the name of the disorder produced by it in the human body.
Cholesterol is a crystallisable lipid of high molecular weight which possesses 17 carbon nucleus of four fused hydrocarbon rings (cyclopentane perhydrophenanthrene) and a long side chain. Cholesterol is insoluble in water and therefore, when cholesterol level rises in blood, it tends to get deposited in the wall of arteries. This causes arteriosclerosis.