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Ursodeoxycholate cytoprotection against hepatocyte killing by hydrophobic bile salts cannot be explained solely by changes in the hydrophobicity index



Ursodeoxycholate cytoprotection against hepatocyte killing by hydrophobic bile salts cannot be explained solely by changes in the hydrophobicity index



Hepatology 16(4 Part 2): 134A




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