Studies on the Total Bile. Iv. the Enterohepatic Circulation of Bile Pigment


According to accepted opinion the pigment of the bile represents waste from the hemoglobin molecule, and as such is eliminated from the organism. Yet the belief is well-nigh general that this waste, after undergoing a change to urobilin, is reabsorbed in part from the intestine. Why should the reabsorption take place? Does it indeed occur? Is any unchanged… (More)


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