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cholate

[′kō‚lāt]
(biochemistry)
Any salt of cholic acid.
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On the other hand, we observe that the values of permeabilities P and initial fluxes [J.sub.0] relative facilitated extraction of [VO.sub.2.sup.+] ions, using both SLMs containing, respectively, methyl cholate (MC) and resorcinarene (RESO) as extractive agents are slightly near, while the use of the SLM containing trioctylamine (TOA) as extractive agent provides relatively high values for these two parameters P and [J.sub.0], in the same experimental conditions and the same temperature.
Serial Dilutions of cholate salts: to determine the MIC & MBC by spectrophotometric method a serial dilutions of five metal cholates.
After one week, they were fed hyperlipidaemic diet containing cholesterol (1.5g), coconut oil (08ml) and sodium cholate (1.0g per 100g of rat chow).14 All the ingredients were mixed thoroughly to make a homogenous mixture.
No significant changes were found in mice fed with a diet supplemented with 0.5% sodium cholate alone, as control diet, and subjected to BDL comparing with Chow diet fed animals.
At later stage, biliary interface activity becomes more prominent, with florid ductular reaction and overt cholate stasis with liver cell ballooning, Mallory hyaline formation, and accumulation of copper and copper-binding protein.
Each sample containing 2 x [10.sup.6] cells was resuspended in 500 [micro]l lysis buffer [20 mM EDTA, 50 mM Tris-HCl, pH 8.0,0.8% (w/v), sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), 20 mg/ml proteinase K, 0.5% deoxysodium cholate, 1 mM DTT, 1 mM phenylmethylsulfonyl fluoride (PMSF), 1 % Triton-X-100].
Sodium cholate, sodium dodesylphosphate, Tween 80 inhibited both activities.
Rats in the experimental group were fed a HFD (custard powder 10%, lard 20%, cholesterol 2.5%, sodium cholate 0.2%, thiamazole 0.1%, sucrose 2% and regular diet 65.2%) for 9 weeks.
Lipase activity was measured using [rho]-nitrophenyl myristate as a substrate dissolved in a 0.25-M Tris-HCl, 0.25-mm methoxyethanol, and 5-mM sodium cholate buffer (Iijima et al.
Tidball, "Intestinal and hepatic transport of cholate and organic dyes," The American Journal of Physiology, vol.
A battery of culture media including Mac Conkeys agar, deoxycholate agar, Xylose-lysine deoxy cholate agar and salmonella differential agar were used.
High-fat (HF) groups III and IV were fed a lipogenic diet [10] consisting of 2.5% cholesterol, 20% sunflower oil and 0.5% sodium cholate added to normal chow without (group III, n=13) or with 5% BLF mixture (group IV, n=5).