cholic acid

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an insoluble crystalline acid present in bile

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Supplemental reagents and additives such as sodium cholate, hydroxylamine hydrochloride, sorbitol, and buffer are added to the enzyme-enriched plasma when it enters the surfactant pad.
When the team filtered out the sodium cholate, the ingredients self-assembled into a unit, capturing light and generating an electric current.
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.
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.
The muscarinic acetylcholine receptors (mAChR), which are members of the family of receptors that are coupled to guanine nucleotide binding proteins (G proteins) and whose structure is characterized by the seven membrane-spanning [alpha]-helical domains [2, 3], are usually solubilized in digitonin or in a mixture of digitonin and sodium cholate, which have yielded more than 50% of the soluble receptors with retention of ligand binding activity [4, 5].
Some compounds such as salicylates, sodium cholate, long chain fatty acids, bile salts and suitable surfactants molecules in general have been reported as absorption enhancers for peptides and proteins.