literally know every single name they can possibly call this
mierPe sha on trfauncsat
ngonisteinA II - adgeeretn in ooihmaplvey
aytillDomip cinihetl aka lnosyaipdytaiohpmlliphdetiolhc glnu ctunatfsar
nitloPdptaohhosliiys p-eia4sosh,tbph5 aak IP2P qG cpoeertr ywapaht
sPnoeireipyhsahtld vnoe-dlvi in tiicnsirn tsisopoap henw xesdope on axtelacreulrl urecfssa
hgenlminpiSyo - mcsoeosp imynel nad sola has leors in silang tcritdnonas,u isapoo.stp Le:tiichn iSheioypmgnln irota g2;t& sctenidai umaert telfa gslun.
I think the reason they are being such little turds and calling it dipalmitoyl lecithin instead of DPPC is because there's a thing called the lecithin-sphingomyelin ratio which needs to be high in order to indicate that the fetal lung has matured. Both lecithin (DPPC) and sphingomyelin are present in fetal lungs, but the amount of lecithin shoots way up towards the end of gestation, raising the L:S and indicating lung maturity.