Bile salts and acids dissociate from ALB

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R-HSA-9733960
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Homo sapiens
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Bile salts and acids exist in the blood as complexes with serum albumin (ALB) (Rudman & Kendall 1957, Roda et al. 1982), and their uptake by hepatocytes must involve disruption of this complex, but the molecular mechanism coupling release of a bile salt or acid from ALB is unknown.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
7077161 Quantitative aspects of the interaction of bile acids with human serum albumin

Roda, A, Cappelleri, G, Aldini, R, Roda, E, Barbara, L

J Lipid Res 1982
13416382 Bile acid content of human serum. II. The binding of cholanic acids by human plasma proteins

RUDMAN, D, KENDALL, FE

J Clin Invest 1957
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