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In body fluids, [E.sub.3] exists in conjugated forms with sulfate or glucuronate
, with only a small fraction of the total [E.sub.3] present as unconjugated [E.sub.3] (u[E.sub.3]) (5).
Other pathways are considered modestly affected by feeding CLA (5.78 [+ or -] 0.5 SD (8.4)) including riboflavin metabolism, fatty acid elongation in mitochondria, ErbB signaling, and pentose and glucuronate
interconversions, which were activated (Figure 2).
* Trimetrexate glucuronate
(with Leucovorin)(Neutrexin, TMTX), U.S.
The mammalian lignans, enterodiol and enterolactone, can be excreted directly in the feces, or after being absorbed in the gut, they enter the enterohepatic circulation where they are conjugated with glucuronate
, and then excreted in urine and bile [10,11].
NuTrexin (trimetrexate glucuronate
) was developed by U.S.
MRP1 demonstrated a substrate preference for negatively charged substrates, such as glutathione, glucuronate
, and sulfate conjugates, suggesting its role in maintaining cell redox state.
, and sulphate-conjugated organic anions are MRP1 substrates [14,15].