Bile salt sulfotransferase: alterations during maturation and non-inducibility during substrate ingestion.

@article{Balistreri1984BileSS,
  title={Bile salt sulfotransferase: alterations during maturation and non-inducibility during substrate ingestion.},
  author={William F. Balistreri and Luc Zimmer and Frederick J. Suchy and Kevin E. Bove},
  journal={Journal of lipid research},
  year={1984},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={
          228-35
        }
}
Development of the capacity for hepatic biotransformation of potentially toxic, endogenous compounds such as lithocholate may be dependent on induction by substrate or hormonal modulation. Our aim was to observe the ontogeny of hepatic sulfotransferase (ST) activity, a presumed detoxification pathway, and to determine the effect of substrate ingestion and cortisone administration on ST activity. Pregnant rats were fed a standard chow diet containing lithocholate; the maternal diet was continued… CONTINUE READING

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