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Observations on the secretion and composition of human bile

J. A. Menzies

Observations on the secretion and composition of human bile

by J. A. Menzies

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Published by s.n. in S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bile.,
  • Secretion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J. A. Menzies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 209-218 ;
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18606993M

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    called C 27 bile the terminal OH group is oxidized to a carboxyl group, the result is a C 27 bile acid, a class known as cholestanoic acids. (These are also called ancient bile acids.) If the side chain undergoes oxidative carboxylation to form a C5 side chain, the result is a modern bile acid and the class contains cholanoic l bile alcohols also include C 26, C 25, and. These two papers give full technical details of studies on human and animal intrinsic factor including a method for estimating human intrinsic factor by use of everted sacs of guineapig intestine, a method of purifying human intrinsic factor by sequential column chromatography, methods for production of rabbit serum containing an antibody to human intrinsic factor and radioimmunodiffusion and Author: Morishita R.


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Bile acids comprise a class of molecules derived from the hepatic catabolism of cholesterol. More than bile acids have been isolated in human bile, and 92–99% of total bile acids are constituted by mono- di- and tri-hydroxy derivatives of a carbon atom steroid, cholanoic acid (Figure 1).The brief and systematic names and the relative proportions of individual bile acids in human.

Gastric secretion was collected by gravity drainage and divided into 15 min samples. Samples from the six cats were pooled. In the control experiments, pentagastrin 8 μg/kg/h, was infused for 1¾ h. Acid output was determined by electrometric titration to pH with M NaOH.

Pepsin secretion was measured by a hemoglobin digestion method. " M o r e solids are contained in the bile by night than by day.

* Observations on Human Bile obtained from a Case of Biliary l~istula. The Jou~na~ of Physiology, vol. x, pp. t Observations on the Secretion of Bile in a Case of Biliary Fistula. Proceedings of the Royal ~oc4ety, vol. xlvii, p. Hydrophobic bile acids, such as DCA or CDCA, induced a lipid secretion significantly greater than that observed during secretion of hydrophilic bile acids such as CA or UDCA.

In the same study, evidence of the interaction between bile acids and the canalicular membrane was provided by the observation that secretion of a canalicular ecto enzyme Cited by: This hepatic bile originates at the Observations on the secretion and composition of human bile book canaliculus (Fig.

1) but can be modified by absorption or secretion at more distal sites along the bile ductules and ducts (Fig. Not all of these transport phenomenon are clearly understood but together they generate an isosmotic electrolyte solution into which a variety of organic and inorganic Cited by: The mechanism of solute secretion by the liver may be divided into processes of transportation, transformation and solute interactions.

Transportive processes include delivery of the solute to the liver cell, uptake into the cell, intracellular transport, and secretion at the canalicular by: 2. The secretion rate of bile acids decreased significantly by 31% from (38) to 90 (16) mumol/15 minutes (p = ).

The output of phospholipids also decreased by 19%. Hydrophobic indices of bile salts and lecithin were positively correlated (r =R2 =P = ) suggesting that more hydrophobic bile salts were associated with biliary secretion of.

This book "anchors" clinical observations on basic sciences and provides clinical significance to basic science; therefore, I recommend it to all clinicians and researchers who from a clinical or basic standpoint want to understand what the liver does under normal and abnormal circumstances.

Usually with the aid of a stop-cock, mL of bear bile (approximately one third of the daily bile secretion) was collected daily, and dried at 65 °C for d.

By this means up to more than 36 kg of dilute fistula bile or kg of dried bear bile could be Cited by:   The liver performs a wide array of vital functions: protein manufacturing, bile secretion, drug metabolism and blood detoxifying. With its approximately kg of weight, this organ plays a key role by regulating sugar, protein and fat levels in the blood.

In fact, the liver is effectively involved in every metabolic process in our body. The liver has a central role in control of various aspects of lipid metabolism.

Primarily, the liver produces bile, constituents of which are required for efficient intestinal fat absorption. Additionally, biliary secretion of cholesterol (either as such, or after metabolism in the form of bile salts) and phospholipids from the liver into the intestine is of major importance in body lipid Cited by: 7.

Food and nutrition studies in animals and human beings often meet with technical difficulties and sometimes with ethical questions. An alternative to research in living animals is the dynamic multicompartmental in vitro model for the gastrointestinal tract described by Minekus et al.

() and Havenaar & Minekus (). The dynamic conditions that are simulated in this model are Cited by: Three concepts need to be considered in discussing the cholesterolgallstone formation MICElLAR THEORY OF CHOLESTEROL SOLUBILITY Cholesterol is insoluble in water and maintained in solution in human bile by formation of mixedmicelles, which are aggregation of cholesterol, bile salts and phospholipid (Iecichin).

Studies of Cholesterol Catabolism to Bile Acids in Germfree Animals.- A. Fate of 14C of Cholesterol Molecule.- B. Release of Radioactive 14CO2 in Germfree and Conventional Animals.- III. Bile Acid Pool Sizes, Turnover Rates, and Physiological Observations in Germfree versus Conventional Animals.- IV.

State of Bile Acids in the Intestinal. The contents of the duodenum were allowed to syphon out through a duodenal tube, the patient lying flat with the pelvis slightly elevated: the receiving changed at intervals of 5 minutes. The amylolytic and tryptic activities and the bile content of the fractions were estimated.

The presence of the tube in the duodenum calls forth a secretion and after a short time 20 ml. of warm Cited by: This complete resource on gallstone diseases includes the latest on classification, pathology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, and clinical aspects.

Nakayama is a noted authority in gallstone research. In addition to his observations, more than 1, sources are. Background —No data exist on cholesterol absorption in patients with an ileoanal anastomosis (IAA). Aims —To study cholesterol absorption and its effects on cholesterol and bile acid metabolism in patients with an IAA.

Patients and methods —Cholesterol absorption, and serum, biliary, and faecal lipids were studied in 24 patients with an IAA and 20 by: Full text of "Observations on some of the physical, chemical, physiological and pathological phenomena of malarial fever" See other formats.

Human Microbiome Book Chapter. Honda and Littman Nature bile secretion, superiority of the liver for bacterial clearance in isolated organ infusion experiments cited earlier and clinical observations of septic complications in cirrhotic patients with liver failure are aligned with a general role of this organ in blood.

Chemical digestion, on the other hand, is a complex process that reduces food into its chemical building blocks, which are then absorbed to nourish the cells of the body. In this section, you will look more closely at the processes of chemical digestion and absorption.Full text of "On the bile, jaundice and bilious diseases" See other formats.Observations on the Effects of Longtime Administration of Aspirin and Cortisone on the Secretion Rate Caffeine and Pentagastrin Stimulation of Human Gastric Secretion.

M. M. Cohen, H. T. Debas, I. B. Induced Alterations in Composition of Bile of Persons Having Cholelithiasis. J. L. Thistle and L. J.