cholate


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cholate

 [ko´lāt]
a salt or ester of cholic acid.

cho·late

(kō'lāt),
A salt or ester of a cholic acid.

cholate

/cho·late/ (ko´lāt) a salt, anion, or ester of cholic acid.

cholate

any salt or ester of cholic acid; an anion of cholic acid.

cho·late

(kō'lāt)
A salt or ester of a cholic acid.

cholate

a salt or ester of cholic acid.
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Manual tests that mass spec-based breath analyzers are replacing or competing with include carbon-14 glycine cholate tests for bacterial overgrowth, carbon-14 lactose breath tests, carbon-14 stool excretion intestinal biopsies, intestinal intubations for culture intestinal perfusion, lactose barium radiography lactose tolerance tests, and stool pH tests for fecal reducing substances.
Purified multi-wall carbon nanotubes were suspended in sodium cholate solution (-0.
Cholate stasis (encompassing periportal hepatocyte swelling due to bile salt retention, Mallory hyaline, and copper/copper-binding protein accumulation in hepatocytes) and bile infarcts may be seen on initial biopsies but are more common later in the course of the disease, especially on explant specimens.
Roche), 1 g/L sodium cholate, and 1 g/L methyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin (Fluka) in a total volume of 500 [micro]L.
His group accomplished this by adding sodium cholate to increase insulin's absorption and a soybean-derived compound to resist intestinal enzymes, and then packaging it all in stomach-acidresistant microcapsules.
High-fat diet was consisted of normal pellet diet (2115 g), lard (300g), sucrose (450 g), sodium cholate (30 g), sodium glutamic acid (30 g), cholesterol (75 g).
1986) found that the intestinal absorption of nadolol was strongly inhibited by bile acids including sodium cholate and its taurine and glycine conjugates.