Intestinal SR-BI does not impact cholesterol absorption or transintestinal cholesterol efflux in mice.

@article{Bura2013IntestinalSD,
  title={Intestinal SR-BI does not impact cholesterol absorption or transintestinal cholesterol efflux in mice.},
  author={Kanwardeep Singh Bura and Caleb C. Lord and Stephanie Pace Marshall and Allison L. McDaniel and Gwyn Thomas and Manya Warrier and Jun Yu Zhang and Matthew A Davis and Janet Kaye Sawyer and Ramesh M. Shah and Martha D. Wilson and A. L. C. Dikkers and Uwe J. F. Tietge and Xavier Collet and Lawrence Lee Rudel and Ryan E Temel and Janice M. Brown},
  journal={Journal of lipid research},
  year={2013},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={
          1567-77
        }
}
Reverse cholesterol transport (RCT) can proceed through the classic hepatobiliary route or through the nonbiliary transintestinal cholesterol efflux (TICE) pathway. Scavenger receptor class B type I (SR-BI) plays a critical role in the classic hepatobiliary route of RCT. However, the role of SR-BI in TICE has not been studied. To examine the role of intestinal SR-BI in TICE, sterol balance was measured in control mice and mice transgenically overexpressing SR-BI in the proximal small intestine… CONTINUE READING
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