taurocholate


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taurocholate

 [taw″ro-ko´lāt]
a salt of taurocholic acid, one of the bile acids.

tau·ro·cho·late

(taw'rō-kō'lāt),
A salt of taurocholic acid.

taurocholate

/tau·ro·cho·late/ (taw″ro-ko´lāt) a salt of taurocholic acid.

taurocholate

a salt of taurocholic acid, one of the bile acids.
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Use of sodium taurocholate to enhance spore recovery on a medium selective for Clostridium difficile.
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Inhibition of cholesterol synthesis in rat liver by physiological doses of taurocholate.
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