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Bile acids and gut peptide secretion after bariatric surgery: A 1‐year prospective randomized pilot trial
Increased delivery of bile acid salts (BA) to distal L‐cells and altered TGR5 receptor activation may contribute to the early and substantial increases in gut peptide secretion seen after bariatricExpand
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Cholesterol metabolism is affected by calcium phosphate supplementation in humans.
Dietary calcium and phosphate precipitate in the small intestine to form insoluble amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP). The ability of ACP to bind and inactivate luminal bile acids might have an effectExpand
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Determination of underivatised sterols and bile acid trimethyl silyl ether methyl esters by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry-single ion monitoring in faeces.
  • S. Keller, G. Jahreis
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of chromatography. B, Analytical…
  • 25 December 2004
A method for quantification of total faecal sterols and bile acids (BAs) in human stool by using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry-single ion monitoring (GC-MS-SIM) is described. Cholesterol,Expand
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Work and diet-related risk factors of cardiovascular diseases: comparison of two occupational groups
BackgroundAlthough work related risk factors associated with Cardiovascular Diseases (CD) have been well researched, there is no detailed knowledge regarding disparate occupational groups each with aExpand
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C57Bl/6 N mice on a western diet display reduced intestinal and hepatic cholesterol levels despite a plasma hypercholesterolemia
BackgroundSmall intestine and liver greatly contribute to whole body lipid, cholesterol and phospholipid metabolism but to which extent cholesterol and phospholipid handling in these tissues isExpand
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Octacosanol Administration to Humans Decreases Neutral Sterol and Bile Acid Concentration in Feces
To investigate octacosanol (OC) metabolism in humans and its influence on cholesterol metabolism, two studies were conducted. In the first study ten healthy women received daily 30 mg OC for a periodExpand
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Modulators of internal Ca2+ stores and the spontaneous electrical and contractile activity of the guinea‐pig renal pelvis
The role of internal Ca2+ stores in the generation of the rhythmic electrical and contractile activity in the guinea‐pig proximal renal pelvis was examined using intracellular microelectrode andExpand
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Milk phospholipid and plant sterol-dependent modulation of plasma lipids in healthy volunteers
PurposeHypolipidemic and/or hypocholesterolemic effects are presumed for dietary milk phospholipid (PL) as well as plant sterol (PSt) supplementation. The aim was to induce changes in plasma lipidExpand
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Supplementation of a dairy drink enriched with milk phospholipids in patients with atopic dermatitis - a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, cross-over study.
BACKGROUND & AIMS Reduced epidermal ceramide content may lead to an impaired skin barrier in atopic dermatitis. Plasma concentration of the ceramide precursor sphingomyelin increases after milk-fatExpand
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Prevention of colitis‐associated carcinogenesis in a mouse model by diet supplementation with ursodeoxycholic acid
Bile acids in the intestinal lumen contribute to the homeostatic regulation of proliferation and death of the colonic epithelial cells: Deoxycholic acid (DCA) appears to enhance and ursodeoxycholicExpand
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