5 edition of Bile Acids found in the catalog.
January 31, 2003 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||G. Paumgartner (Editor), D. Keppler (Editor), U. Leuschner (Editor), A. Stiehl (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Bile acids are increasingly being seen as important carcinogenic agents in cancers and there is wide recognition of their role in obesity linked diseases.
Topics covered in this book include: synthesis and chemistry, regulation and biotransformation in vivo; Bile acid induced cell death; Genotoxicity; Bile acid induced gene expression and cell signalling abnormalities and liver disease; Format: Hardcover.
Professor Alan Hofmann starts this book with an overview of the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids. The first section then discusses biliary lipid synthesis, transport and secretion by the liver and the solubilisation of cholesterol in the bile. The next section applies this knowledge to the pathogenesis of cholesterol : T.
Northfield. Over the past 10 years there has been a veritable explosion of knowledge in working in this area are fortunate to meet their bile acid research. Those colleagues from time to time at International Meetings which are often held in attractive parts of the world.
The 7th International Symposium on. The primary bile acids synthesized in the liver are cholic and chenodeoxycholic acid which are typically conjugated to glycine or taurine before secretion. In the intestine, the primary bile acids are often converted by colonic bacteria to the secondary bile acids, predominantly deoxycholic acid and lithocholic acid.
Bile acid resins are positively charged, nonabsorbable resins that bind to negatively charged bile acids in the intestinal tract and prevent their reabsorption. This results in fecal elimination of bile acids. As the bile acid pool is depleted, hepatic enzymes increase conversion of cholesterol to bile acids.
Bile acids Bile acids are minimally absorbed in the proximal small intestine, and the bile acid pool flows to the distal ileum, where the acids are reabsorbed by the entero-hepatic transport system and then returned to the liver by the portal vein (Westergaard, ).
Remaining bile acids are excreted in feces. Bile acid malabsorption (BAM) is a condition that occurs when your intestines can’t absorb bile acids properly. This results in extra bile acids in your intestines, which can cause watery diarrhea. Bile is a natural fluid your body makes in the liver.
It’s necessary for proper digestion. Bile contains acids, proteins, salts, and other : Kimberly Holland.