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Cholic acid949Gallensaeure

17 beta hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase

ABCD1

ABCD2

ABCD3 GCP60 PAP7 GOCAP1 GOLPH1

ACAA1 Acetyl CoA acyltransferase1

ACAD11 Acyl CoA dehydrogenase11

ACNAT1 Acyl CoA amino acid N acyltransferase

ACOT12 Acyl CoA thioesterase12

ACOT2 Acyl CoA thioesterase2

ACOT4 Acyl CoA thioesterase4

ACOT6 Acyl CoA thioesterase6

ACOT8 Acyl CoA thioesterase8

ACOX1 Acyl CoA oxidase1a 1b

ACOX2 Acyl CoA oxidase2

ACOX3 Acyl CoA oxidase3

ACOXI

ACOXL Acyl CoA oxidase like

ACSL1 Acyl CoA synthetase long chain1

ACSL4 Acyl CoA synthetase long chain4

Adrenoleukodystrophy pseudoneonatal ACOX1 deficiency

Adrenoleukodystrophy X linked

Adrenoleukodystrophy

Adrenomyeloneuropathy

ALDH3A2 Aldehyde dehydrogenase3A2

alpha Oxidation

AMACR

Antidiabetic agents

Apoptosis

BAAT

beta oxidation

Biliary system (Diseases)

CAT Catalase

Cell stress (BASKET)

Cholecystolithiasis

Cholic acid

Colesevelam

Colon and rectum (Neoplasia)

CRAT Carnitine acetyltransferase

CROT Carnitine O octanoyltransferase

CYP7A1 Cholesterol 7alpha hydroxylase

D bifunctional protein deficiency MFP2 deficiency SCPx deficiency

DECR2 2 4 Dienoyl CoA reductase 2 peroxisomal

DHRS4 Dehydrogenase reductase SDR family 4

Diarrhea

DNML1

ECH1 Enoyl CoA hydratase 1 peroxisomal

EHHADH Enoyl CoA hydratase 3 hydroxyacyl CoA dehydrogenase

ERS UFR (Toxikologie)

FAR1 Fatty acyl CoA reductase1

FAR2 Fatty acyl CoA reductase2

Fatty acids (oxidation)

FGF19

FGFR4

HACL1 2 Hydroxyacyl CoA lyase 1

HAO2 Hydroxyacid oxidase 2 long chain

HSD17B4

HSDL2 Hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase like2

Hypercholanemia familial

Ichthyosis prematurity syndrome FATP4 deficiency ACSVL5 deficiency

IDH1 Isocitrate dehydrogenase1 NADP soluble

Lipidomics

Lipids

LXR

Mass spectrometry

MFP1

Necrotizing enterocolitis

Neoplasia (Carcinogenesis)

NR1H2 LXRbeta

NR1H3 LXRalpha

NR1I2 Pregnane X Receptor

NUDT12 Nudix type motif12

NUDT7 Nudix type motif 7

OMIM p603850

PECI Peroxisomal d3 d2 enoyl CoA isomerase

Peroxisomes

PEX1

PEX10

PEX12

PEX13

PEX14

PEX16

PEX19

PEX2

PEX26

PEX3

PEX5

PEX6

PHYH

Phytanic acid

Pristanic acid

PTS1

PTS2

Racemase deficiency

Receptor (Bile acids)

Receptor (FXR)

Refsum s disease

Rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata

Rifampin

SCP2

SLC27A2

SLC27A4 FATP4

St John s wort

Sulfotransferase2A1

TYSND1

Ursodeoxycholic acid

Xenobiotics

Zellweger s syndrome

2007  
1
Review article: The function and regulation of proteins involved in bile salt biosynthesis and transport.
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1987  
2
Biochemistry of bile secretion.
[3311027] Biochem J 244(2): 249-61 (1987)
1978  
3
Twenty-five years of progress in bilirubin metabolism (1952-77).
[98394] Gut 19(6): 481-91 (1978)
1974  
4
Bile acid metabolism in infants and children.
[4595082] Gut 15(2): 151-63 (1974)
2006  
5
Bile salt biotransformations by human intestinal bacteria.
[16299351] J Lipid Res 47(2): 241-59 (2006)
1992  
6
Mechanism of degradation of the steroid side chain in the formation of bile acids.
[1527470] J Lipid Res 33(4): 455-71 (1992)
1984  
7
Physicochemical properties of bile acids and their relationship to biological properties: an overview of the problem.
[6397555] J Lipid Res 25(13): 1477-89 (1984)
1983  
8
The quantitative estimation of bile acids and their conjugates in human biological fluids.
[6348193] J Lipid Res 24(5): 491-511 (1983)
2009  
9
Bile-acid-induced cell injury and protection.
[19360911] World J Gastroenterol 15(14): 1677-89 (2009)
2009  
10
Bile acids: chemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology.
[19230041] World J Gastroenterol 15(7): 804-16 (2009)
2008  
11
2008  
12
Intestinal bile acid physiology and pathophysiology.
[18837078] World J Gastroenterol 14(37): 5630-40 (2008)
2008  
13
Endocrine and paracrine role of bile acids.
[18837077] World J Gastroenterol 14(37): 5620-9 (2008)
2008  
14
How we have learned about the complexity of physiology, pathobiology and pharmacology of bile acids and biliary secretion.
[18837076] World J Gastroenterol 14(37): 5617-9 (2008)
2006  
15
Bile acid interactions with cholangiocytes.
[16773712] World J Gastroenterol 12(22): 3553-63 (2006)
2004  
16
Cellular regulation of hepatic bile acid transport in health and cholestasis.
[14999673] Hepatology 39(3): 581-90 (2004)
2005  
17
A multimedia CD-ROM tool to improve student understanding of bile salts and bilirubin metabolism: evaluation of its use in a medical hybrid PBL course.
[15718382] Adv Physiol Educ 29(1): 40-50 (2005)
2003  
18
Bile acid regulation of hepatic physiology: III. Regulation of bile acid synthesis: past progress and future challenges.
[12631556] Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 284(4): G551-7 (2003)
2003  
19
Bile acid regulation of hepatic physiology: I. Hepatocyte transport of bile acids.
[12529265] Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 284(2): G175-9 (2003)
2002  
20
BAREing it all: the adoption of LXR and FXR and their roles in lipid homeostasis.
[11792716] J Lipid Res 43(1): 2-12 (2002)
2002  
21
Regulation of xenobiotic and bile acid metabolism by the nuclear pregnane X receptor.
[11893771] J Lipid Res 43(3): 359-64 (2002)
2010  
22
Biochemistry and genetics of inherited disorders of peroxisomal fatty acid metabolism.
[20558530] J Lipid Res 51(10): 2863-95 (2010)
2010  
23
Bile acids: analysis in biological fluids and tissues.
[20008121] J Lipid Res 51(1): 23-41 (2010)
2009  
24
Bile acids as regulatory molecules.
[19346331] J Lipid Res 50(8): 1509-20 (2009)
2009  
25
Bile acids: the role of peroxisomes.
[19357427] J Lipid Res 50(11): 2139-47 (2009)
2009  
26
Bile acids: regulation of synthesis.
[19346330] J Lipid Res 50(10): 1955-66 (2009)
2009  
27
Biliary lipids and cholesterol gallstone disease.
[19017613] J Lipid Res 50 Suppl(-): S406-11 (2009)
2009  
28
Bile acids: regulation of apoptosis by ursodeoxycholic acid.
[19417220] J Lipid Res 50(9): 1721-34 (2009)
2010  
29
Bile salts of vertebrates: structural variation and possible evolutionary significance.
[19638645] J Lipid Res 51(2): 226-46 (2010)
2009  
30
Role of bile acids and bile acid receptors in metabolic regulation.
[19126757] Physiol Rev 89(1): 147-91 (2009)
2008  
31
Hydrophobic bile acids, genomic instability, Darwinian selection, and colon carcinogenesis.
[21677822] Clin Exp Gastroenterol 1(): 19-47 (2008)
2009  
32
Chronic diarrhea due to excessive bile acid synthesis and not defective ileal transport: a new syndrome of defective fibroblast growth factor 19 release.
[19665580] Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 7(11): 1151-4 (2009)
2008  
33
Does abnormal bile acid metabolism contribute to NEC?
[18346535] Semin Perinatol 32(2): 114-21 (2008)
2010  
34
Colesevelam lowers glucose and lipid levels in type 2 diabetes: the clinical evidence.
[20415686] Diabetes Obes Metab 12(5): 384-92 (2010)
2006  
35
Endocrine functions of bile acids.
[16541101] EMBO J 25(7): 1419-25 (2006)
2009  
36
Bile Acid sulfation: a pathway of bile acid elimination and detoxification.
[19131563] Toxicol Sci 108(2): 225-46 (2009)
PMC   
37
Mechanisms of disease: Inborn errors of bile acid synthesis.
[18577977] Nat Clin Pract Gastroenterol Hepatol 5(8):456-68 (2008)
PMC   
38
Nuclear receptors in bile acid metabolism.
[23330546] Drug Metab Rev 45(1):145-55 (2013)
PMC   
39
Epigenomic regulation of bile acid metabolism: emerging role of transcriptional cofactors.
[22579755] Mol Cell Endocrinol 368(1-2):59-70 (2013)

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