Abstract: The adsorption properties of silica gel with respect to lipoproteides and changes in these properties caused by silica gel interaction with fullerene C-60 were studied. (The content of fullerene in silica gel was varied in the range 0.003-3 wt % by using C-60 + o-dichlorobenzene impregnating solutions of various concentrations, washing C-60 off by toluene, and high- temperature vacuum sublimation Of C-60.) Silica gel had a high adsorption capacity and selectivity with respect to low-density lipoproteides, which were virtually independent of the concentration of C-60. The optical absorption spectra of silica gel samples containing various amounts Of C-60 were measured in the visible region. The results were interpreted using the theory of specific adsorption "imprints."