Bile acids, cholestasis, gallstones: advances in basic and clinical bile acid research : proceedings of the Falk Symposium no. 84, held in Berlin, Germany, June 9-10, 1995
This volume, the proceedings of the Falk Symposium No. 84 held in Berlin, Germany, June 8-10, 1995, deals with three important topics in gastroenterology: the basics of bile acid and the phospholipid mechanism, the diagnosis and therapy of gall bladder and bile duct stones, and the treatment of chronic liver diseases. The contributors have all made major contributions to the investigation of these areas and therefore present first-hand information on the latest developments. Audience: This book is a state of the art update on both basic science and clinical aspects of bile acids, for all researchers and clinicians involved in the area.
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Cholesterol inhibits bile acid synthesis in New Zealand
Conjugation of bile acids
Molecular biology of hepatocellular bile acid transport
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absorption activity anion apolipoprotein ATP-dependent bile acid bile acid synthesis bile duct bile flow bile salt bilirubin Biochem Biol Chem calcium Carey MC cells chenodeoxycholic acid cholecystectomy cholestasis cholestatic cholesterol cholesterol 7a-hydroxylase cholesterol crystallization cholesterol gallstone cholic acid chronic chylomicron Clin Invest clinical concentrations conjugates cyclosporin decrease effects of ursodeoxycholic enzyme ERCP ESWL excretion function gallbladder gallbladder emptying gallstone gallstone disease gallstone formation gallstone patients Gastroenterol Gastroenterology glucuronides hepatic hepatocytes Hepatol Hepatology Hofmann increased induced infusions inhibition injury intestinal intrahepatic laparoscopic laparoscopic cholecystectomy LDL receptor levels lipid Lipid Res lithotripsy liver disease liver transplantation low density lipoprotein metabolism micelles microsomal mRNA normal nucleation NZW rabbits pathway Paumgartner G peptide phospholipid pigment Poupon primary biliary cirrhosis protein rat liver serum Stiehl supersaturated Surg taurocholate TDHC transport triglyceride UDCA unconjugated uptake ursodeoxycholic acid ursodiol vesicles vitro VLDL WHHL WHHL rabbits