cholanopoiesis

cholanopoiesis

 [ko″lah-no-poi-e´sis]
the synthesis of bile acids or of their conjugates and salts by the liver.

cho·lan·o·poi·e·sis

(kō'lan-ō-poy-ē'sis),
Synthesis by the liver of cholic acid or its conjugates, or of natural bile salts.
[chol- + G. anō, upward, + poiēsis, making]

cholanopoiesis

/cho·lano·poi·e·sis/ (kol″ah-no-poi-e´sis) the synthesis of bile acids or of their conjugates and salts by the liver.

cholanopoiesis

A term of waning use for bile production by the liver; synthesis of bile acids, their conjugates and salts by the liver; cholepoiesis.

cho·lan·o·poi·e·sis

(kō'lă-nō-poy-ē'sis)
Synthesis by the liver of cholic acid or its conjugates, or of natural bile salts.
[chol- + G. anō, upward, + poiēsis, making]

cholanopoiesis

the synthesis of bile acids or of their conjugates and salts by the liver.