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an insoluble crystalline acid present in bile

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Hypoglycemic activity and oral bioavailability of insulin-loaded liposomes containing bile salts in rats: The effect of cholate type, particle size and administered dose.
At later stage, biliary interface activity becomes more prominent, with florid ductular reaction and overt cholate stasis with liver cell ballooning, Mallory hyaline formation, and accumulation of copper and copper-binding protein.
cerevisiae H1022, two of which were found in plasma membrane and solubilized by cholate or SB 12 (a zwitterionic detergent) and the other was secreted from the cells.
5% sodium cholate added to normal chow without (group III, n=13) or with 5% BLF mixture (group IV, n=5).
pero falto el cholate, pues bien lo penso y no vino
37) Recently, they proposed a low-cost, scalable process using water-sodium cholate solution for a stable graphene dispersion.
The soupy solution also contained sodium cholate to keep all the ingredients from sticking together.
Each rod is coated with a different chemical - a phenylene dendrimer, a cyclodextrin and sodium cholate - and each changes its rod's resonant frequency in a different way.
Other detergents that have also been used to inactivate the enzyme in a concentration-dependent way are cholate and CHAPS (10).
Asda jams 69p or 2 for pounds 1 Cadbury Black Cholate pounds 1.
The CNTs were encapsulated with detergents such as sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) and sodium cholate (SC) which have a hydrophobic tail and hydrophilic head.
Effects of ammonium acetate and sodium cholate on N-methyl-N-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine-induced colon carcinogenesis of rats.
3+] complex is reversible and activity is recovered upon cholate solubilization of the particle.
Bile acid binding resins are well known to reduce serum cholesterol by reducing the enterohepatic recirculation of bile acids, upregulating the LDL receptor, and stimulating the increased conversion of cholesterol to the bile acids, cholate and chenodeoxycholate, by upregulating the expression of 7 [alpha]-hydroxylase.