Solubilization of unconjugated bilirubin by bile salts

Experientia
U Wosiewitz, S Schroebler

Abstract

Freshly precipitated unconjugated bilirubin (UCB) is solubilized rapidly and to a large extent by the sodium salts of di- and trihydroxy bile acids. The solubilization effect depending on bile salt concentration, pH and ionic strength is based on micellar mechanisms.

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Micelles

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