Fifty years with bile acids and steroids in health and disease

@article{Sjoevall2004FiftyYW,
  title={Fifty years with bile acids and steroids in health and disease},
  author={Jan Sjoevall},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={2004},
  volume={39},
  pages={703-722}
}
Cholesterol and its metabolites, e.g., steroid hormones and bile acids, constitute a class of compounds of great biological importance. Their chemistry, biochemistry, and regulation in the body have been intensely studied for more than two centuries. The author has studied aspects of the biochemistry and clinical chemistry of steroids and bile acids for more than 50 years, and this paper, which is an extended version of the Schroepfer Medal Award lecture, reviews and discusses part of this work… CONTINUE READING
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