The solubility studies were assessed following two methods: 1) the effect of pH and 2) the effect of concentrations of sodium taurocholate
cotransporting polypeptide is a functional receptor for human hepatitis B and D virus.
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Higher histopathologic scores were shown in both AP-mLI and AP-sLI groups at 6, 12, and 24 h after sodium taurocholate
administration than in the control group at each time point (Figure 2(j)).
cycloserine cefoxitin agar medium used in this study has been shown to have lower recoverability for C.
Lysates from these cells were used to perform assays containing 2 [micro]g of cell protein in an assay cocktail consisting of 150 [micro]mol/L GALC-S and 5 [micro]mol/L GALC-IS in citrate-phosphate buffer with sodium oleate and sodium taurocholate
, pH 4.2.
The preparation of HCPTNPs using sodium taurocholate
as surfactants was referred to Section 2.3.
Candidates for more reliable markers include leukotriene E4, taurocholate
, vitamins B2,B5, and B6, and microRNA expression profiles [23, 25].
Reduced pancreatic injury is associated with decreased histones 3 and histone 4 levels in the pancreas in response to taurocholate
challenge , suggesting that histones are associated with pancreatic injury during SAP.
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