Weanling, but not adult, rabbit colon absorbs bile acids: flux is linked to expression of putative bile acid transporters.

@article{Weihrauch2006WeanlingBN,
  title={Weanling, but not adult, rabbit colon absorbs bile acids: flux is linked to expression of putative bile acid transporters.},
  author={Dirk Weihrauch and Jainuch Kanchanapoo and M. Alemla Ao and Roli Prasad and Pawinee Piyachaturawat and Mrinalini Chatta Rao},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={290 3},
  pages={
          G439-50
        }
}
Intestinal handling of bile acids is age dependent; adult, but not newborn, ileum absorbs bile acids, and adult, but not weanling or newborn, distal colon secretes Cl(-) in response to bile acids. Bile acid transport involving the apical Na(+)-dependent bile acid transporter (Asbt) and lipid-binding protein (LBP) is well characterized in the ileum, but little is known about colonic bile acid transport. We investigated colonic bile acid transport and the nature of the underlying transporters and… CONTINUE READING

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