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Bile acids and lipids in isolated rat hepatocytes. II. Source of cholesterol used for bile acid formation, estimated by incorporation of tritium from tritiated water, and by the effect of ML-236B

Author: Kempen, H.J. · Vos Van Holstein, M. · Lange, J.de
Type:article
Date:1983
Institution: Gaubius instituut TNO
Source:Journal of Lipid Research, 3, 24, 316-323
Identifier: 229343
Keywords: Biology · Bile acid · Cholic acid · Compactin · Ml 236 b · Radioisotope · Tritium oxide · Unclassified drug · Animal cell · Beta muricholic acid · Cholesterol c 14 · Cholesterol h 3 · Cholesterol synthesis · Dihydroxycholanoic acid · In vitro study · Liver cell · Muricholic acid · Nonhuman · Taurocholic acid c 14 · Animal · Bile Acids and Salts · Cholesterol · Cholestyramine · Lipids · Liver · Naphthalenes · Rats · Tritium

Abstract

Chemicals/CAS: cholesterol, 57-88-5; cholic acid, 32500-01-9, 361-09-1, 81-25-4; colestyramine, 11041-12-6, 58391-37-0; compactin, 73573-88-3; lipid, 66455-18-3; tritium oxide, 14940-65-9; Bile Acids and Salts; Cholesterol, 57-88-5; Cholestyramine, 11041-12-6; compactin, 73573-88-3; Lipids; Naphthalenes; Tritium, 10028-17-8