enterohepatic


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enterohepatic

/en·tero·he·pat·ic/ (en″ter-o-hĕ-pat´ik) pertaining to or connecting the liver and intestine.

enterohepatic

(ĕn″tĕr-ō-hĕ-păt′ĭk) [″ + hepar, liver]
Pert. to the intestines and liver.

enterohepatic

pertaining to the liver and the intestine.
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The partner to the gut is the liver and there is an amazing connection called the enterohepatic recirculation, which helps the body process chemicals in the liver and prepare it for non-toxic excretion in the gut.
FXR serves as a critical modulator of enterohepatic circulation and thus plays a key role in the regulation of bile acid synthesis and homeostasis (Claudel et al.
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The pharmacology of the NSAIDs includes good absorption and hepatic metabolism, they are highly protein bound and are excreted by both enterohepatic and renal routes.
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Further, enterohepatic recirculation of toxins is a common problem.
During rumen fermentation, whenever ammonia concentration exceeds the level of utilization by rumen microorganisms, it is absorbed by the rumen wall and is transported to the liver via enterohepatic circulation.
Because of their high lipophilicity, which results in extensive storage and prolonged release from adipose tissue, as well as enterohepatic recirculation, cannabinoids remain in plasma for extended periods of abstinence in chronic daily smokers.
Its long half life is due to the storage in multiple organs, such as kidneys, lung, spleen, liver, brain, muscle and enterohepatic circulation.
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Deconjugation and reabsorption of some bilirubin for enterohepatic recirculation.