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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We reasoned that any gains in activity from the increased concentration of substrate and lower DBS extraction volume are more than likely offset by reduced extraction efficiency of GLA due to the lack of sodium taurocholate in the extraction buffer in the microfluidic protocol.
OATP-B, OATP-D, OATP-E) tended to have substrate affinity toward steroid sulfate, although OATP-E (an Oatp4a1 homolog) also had affinity toward taurocholate.
Briefly, 5 g of each sample was cultured in 100 mL of prereduced brain-heart infusion (BHI) broth supplemented with cefoxitin (10 [micro]g/mL), cycloserine (250 [micro]g/mL), and taurocholate (0.
5 [micro]g/min for 60 min in 140 mM NaCl containing 10mM sodium taurocholate using a Harvard syringe pump.
0 gm % sodium taurocholate to the standard (basal) commercial diet and daily feed consumption was recorded.
To the residue we added 15 [micro]L of 120 g/L sodium taurocholate in water.
Merck, Darmstadt, Germany (all substances not specifically attributed to other source), Novartis, Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany (Liquemin[R]), Sigma, Munchen, Germany (BSA, sodium taurocholate and thiobarbituric acid) and Synopharma, Hamburg, Germany (butylhydroxytoluol).
We then added 240 [micro]L of an aqueous solution of sodium taurocholate (120 g/L) and oleic acid (12 g/L) to the vial, vortex-mixed the sample until the residue dissolved, and then added 2.
Cyp7b1 is the hydroxylase involved in taurocholate bile acid synthesis in mice (Russell 1999).