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biliary

of or relating to bile, to the ducts that convey bile, or to the gall bladder
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Differential biliary excretion of genistein metabolites following intraduodenal and intravenous infusion of genistin in female rats.
Intestinal uptake and biliary excretion of the isofiavone genistein in rats.
Acute hepatitis is a clinical syndrome with a presentation that can range from mild flu-like symptoms to severe fulminant hepatitis and is characterized by a triad of impaired biliary excretion, hepatocellular liver damage and systemic effects of liver inflammation.
Urinary and biliary excretion studies: The HPLC instrument was the same as described above.
Glucuronides were more excreted in the bile and in the order of OX<5-CHQ<DCHQ<ICHQG, as it could be seen that the molecular weights increased by halogen susbstituents favors biliary excretion of glucuronide.
Measures of biliary excretion are bilirubin, AP, and GGT.
The B-CLEAR(TM) system determines the in vitro biliary excretion index and the in vitro biliary clearance to predict the in vivo biliary clearance.
Qualyst's B-CLEAR(TM) system provides a novel approach to generate data on hepatic uptake and biliary excretion, which compliments our existing strengths in ADME services and will add value to our clients' research and early drug development programs.
For biliary excretion study, six rats were anesthetized by intraperitoneal injection with 1.
The most common cause is viral hepatitis causing a characteristic triad of impaired biliary excretion, heptocellular liver damage and systemic effects.