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Inhibition of ursodeoxycholic acid induced hypercholeresis by sodium replacement or amiloride is associated with replacement of unconjugated ursodeoxycholic acid by ursodeoxycholic acid glucuronides in bile



Inhibition of ursodeoxycholic acid induced hypercholeresis by sodium replacement or amiloride is associated with replacement of unconjugated ursodeoxycholic acid by ursodeoxycholic acid glucuronides in bile



Hepatology 5(5): 1010




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