Regulation of bile acid synthesis by the nuclear receptor Rev-erbalpha.

@article{Duez2008RegulationOB,
  title={Regulation of bile acid synthesis by the nuclear receptor Rev-erbalpha.},
  author={H. Duez and Jelske N. van der Veen and C. Duhem and B. Pourcet and T. Touvier and C. Fontaine and B. Derudas and E. Baug{\'e} and R. Havinga and V. Bloks and H. Wolters and Fjodor H. van der Sluijs and B. Vennström and F. Kuipers and B. Staels},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2008},
  volume={135 2},
  pages={
          689-98
        }
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS Conversion into bile acids represents an important route to remove excess cholesterol from the body. Rev-erbalpha is a nuclear receptor that participates as one of the clock genes in the control of circadian rhythmicity and plays a regulatory role in lipid metabolism and adipogenesis. Here, we investigate a potential role for Rev-erbalpha in the control of bile acid metabolism via the regulation of the neutral bile acid synthesis pathway. METHODS Bile acid synthesis and… Expand
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