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Na+-dependent bile acid transport in the ileum: the balance between diarrhea and constipation



Na+-dependent bile acid transport in the ileum: the balance between diarrhea and constipation



Gastroenterology 98(1): 25-32



Ileal sodium-dependent bile acid transport was quantified in vitro as the uptake of aurocholate into brush-border membrane vesicles. Vesicles were prepared from ileal biopsies of 158 patients placed in 10 diagnostic categories.

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Accession: 001891745

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PMID: 2293590

DOI: 10.1016/0016-5085(90)91286-f



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