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*  Bile
Medicine portal Animals portal Bile acid sequestrant Bile bear Enterohepatic circulation Intestinal juice Ox gall Barrett, Kim ...
*  Enterohepatic circulation
... refers to the circulation of biliary acids, bilirubin, drugs, or other substances from the liver to ... Enterohepatic circulation also means that some molecules which would not otherwise be very toxic can become so because of this ... 95% of the bile acids which are delivered to the duodenum will be recycled by the enterohepatic circulation. Due to the pH of ... Pharmacokinetic models of the enterohepatic circulation process has been summarized in a recent article. Enteroenteric ...
*  Enterocyte
Also known as the enterohepatic circulation. Secretion of immunoglobulins. IgA from plasma cells in the mucosa are absorbed ...
*  Glucuronic acid
The resulting cycle is called enterohepatic circulation. Compounds that undergo enterohepatic circulation are only slowly ...
*  Estradiol
This enterohepatic circulation contributes to maintaining estradiol levels. Estradiol is also metabolized via hydroxylation ...
*  Neonatal jaundice
This process of re-absorption is called enterohepatic circulation. It has been suggested that bilirubin uptake in the gut ( ... This leads to increased enterohepatic circulation, resulting in increased reabsorption of bilirubin from the intestines. ... enterohepatic circulation) is increased in breast fed babies, possibly as the result of increased levels of epidermal growth ... Breast milk also contains glucoronidase which will increase deconjugation and enterohepatic recirculation of bilirubin. Second ...
*  BUN-to-creatinine ratio
Some of it is recycled through the enterohepatic circulation. Usually, a small amount (less than 0.5 g/day) is lost through the ... Creatine enters the circulation, and 90% of it is taken up and stored by muscle tissue. Normal serum values Serum Ratios An ...
*  UGT1A4
1999). "Retigabine N-glucuronidation and its potential role in enterohepatic circulation". Drug Metab. Dispos. 27 (5): 605-12. ...
*  Bile acid malabsorption
This enterohepatic circulation of bile acids takes place 4-6 times in 24 hours and usually less than 0.5 g of bile acids enter ... Hofmann, AF (1967). "The syndrome of ileal disease and the broken enterohepatic circulation: cholerheic enteropathy". ...
*  Crohn's disease
Hofmann AF (1967). "The syndrome of ileal disease and the broken enterohepatic circulation: cholerhetic enteropathy". ...
*  Alan Hofmann
He published fundamental work on the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids and how disturbances in ileal function such as ... Hofmann, AF (1967). "The syndrome of ileal disease and the broken enterohepatic circulation: cholerheic enteropathy". ...
*  SLC10A1
Bile acid:sodium symporters participate in the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids. Two homologous transporters are ...
*  Gallbladder
Medicine portal Enterohepatic circulation Ginsburg, Ph.D., J.N. (August 22, 2005). "Control of Gastrointestinal Function". In ...
*  SeHCAT
The enterohepatic circulation of bile acids is reduced in these patients with ileal abnormalities and, as the normal bile acid ... new radiopharmaceuticals for investigating the enterohepatic circulation". Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 22 (8): 720-5. PMID ... bile acid analog which was synthesized for use as a radiopharmaceutical to investigate in vivo the enterohepatic circulation of ...
*  Cannabis edible
Oral administration generally leads to two peaks of concentration, due to enterohepatic circulation. Consuming THC through ...
*  Blood lipids
However, 92-97% is reabsorbed in the intestines and recycled via enterohepatic circulation. Cholesterol circulates in the blood ...
*  Vitamin B12
Bile is the main form of B12 excretion; most of the B12 secreted in the bile is recycled via enterohepatic circulation. Excess ... Owing to the extremely efficient enterohepatic circulation of B12, the liver can store 3 to 5 years' worth of vitamin B12; ... Once the IF/B12 complex is recognized by specialized ileal receptors, it is transported into the portal circulation. The ...
*  Colestilan
It binds these anions in the gut and removes them from the enterohepatic circulation. Colestilan is not absorbed from the gut, ...
*  Bile acid sequestrant
They disrupt the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids by combining with bile constituents and preventing their reabsorption ... By inhibiting the enterohepatic circulation, more L-thyroxine will be lost through defecation, thus lowering body thyroxine ... By doing so, they bind bile acids and sequester them from the enterohepatic circulation. The liver then produces more bile ...
*  Benoxaprofen
... has a rather long half life in man (t1/2= 20-30 h), undergoes biliary excretion and enterohepatic circulation and ... This is interpreted by the authors as evidence that no enterohepatic circulation takes place. Another research in rats showed ...
*  Glipizide
It is classified as a second-generation sulfonylurea, which means that it undergoes enterohepatic circulation. Second- ...
*  Erythropoietic protoporphyria
Some protoporphyrin in bile is returned to the liver as a consequence of the enterohepatic circulation; the remaining ... interrupting the enterohepatic circulation. It is usually used in combination with other treatment approaches. Activated ...
*  Mepartricin
It reduces 17 β estradiol concentration in enterohepatic circulation and decreases estrogen levels in the prostate. The effect ...
*  Chenodeoxycholic acid
After absorption, they are taken up by the liver and resecreted, so undergoing an enterohepatic circulation. Unabsorbed ...
*  Bile acid
This enterohepatic circulation of bile acids allows a low rate of synthesis but with large amounts being secreted into the ... As bile acids are made from endogenous cholesterol, disruption of the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids will lower ... and be re-secreted in a process known as enterohepatic circulation. As amphipathic molecules with hydrophobic and hydrophilic ...
*  Physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling
They are also parallel to physiome models, but do not aim at modelling physiological functions beyond fluid circulation in ... enterohepatic recirculation of the parent compound, extra-hepatic/extra-gut elimination; higher in vivo solubility than ...
*  Bile acid:sodium symporter
It is responsible for the initial uptake of bile acids from the intestine as part of the enterohepatic circulation. Inhibition ...