Taurocholic Acid is a choleretic steroid which has been used for the quantification of conjugated bile acids in dried blood spots using electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry. Additionally, its sodium salt can act as a lipase accelerator.
Mills, K.A., et al.: Pedatric Res., 43, 3 (1998).
Crystalline or powder
Soluble in water, hot alcohol, ethyl acetate (slightly), and ether.
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Various publications cite the use of TaurocholicVarious publications cite the use of Taurocholic Acid, a choleretic steroid, for the quantification of conjugated bile acids in dried blood spots using electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry. -SCBT Publication Review
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