On the stratification of human bile and its importance for the solubility of cholesterol.

Abstract

Stratification (layer formation) is noted in vitro in hepatic bile collected after interruption of the enterohepatic circulation. Hepatic bile is still layered after more than 12 hr when collected in this way (continuously or in fractions) in a bag made of a semipermeable membrane (simulating an atonic gall bladder) and concentrated. Cholesterol solubility… (More)

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