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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5% sodium cholate alone, as control diet, and subjected to BDL comparing with Chow diet fed animals.
Sodium Cholate was added as in these solvent-Graphene systems for studies.
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).
It is interesting to note that the ligand binding activity is lost on treatment with most common detergents like Triton X-100 or sodium cholate, but not digitonin, and that [beta] adrenergic receptors as well as rhodopsin and muscarinic receptors were also found to be solubilized in their active forms only with digitonin (14) when these three proteins were not thought to belong to the same family.
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.
1986) found that the intestinal absorption of nadolol was strongly inhibited by bile acids including sodium cholate and its taurine and glycine conjugates.
Effect of sodium cholate on the catalytic and structural properties of phosphorylase b.
Pistillarin, as a rare cate cholate siderophore, was found in several macro fungi and marine species such as Penicillium bilaii when grown in relatively high iron environments (Capon et al.