Inverse relationship between total glutathione S-transferase content and bile acid release in isolated hepatocytes from untreated, phenobarbital pretreated and hypothyroid rats.

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The role of cytosolic anion binding proteins (glutathione S-transferases) in the hepatic transport of bile acids remains controversial. To investigate whether increased levels of the hepatocyte total glutathione S-transferase content were associated with changes in the release of bile acids from the hepatocyte, we measured the rate of release of radioactive… (More)

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@article{Wilson1990InverseRB, title={Inverse relationship between total glutathione S-transferase content and bile acid release in isolated hepatocytes from untreated, phenobarbital pretreated and hypothyroid rats.}, author={R. A. Wilson and J. Pirie Hart and T. Hall and Sylvie Vincent}, journal={Pharmacology & toxicology}, year={1990}, volume={66 2}, pages={121-7} }