AbstractKhuu, StephenThe liver generates primary bile acids for use in the intestinal tract. Once released in the tract, intestinal bacterium convert these primary bile acids to secondary bile acids, which have been correlated to a number of intestinal diseases such as ca . . .
ThesisOverexpression and Purification of the Protein BaiK for Structural Characterization by X-Ray CrystallographyKhuu, StephenPrimary bile acids are produced by the liver and fulfill essential roles in human health, including functions in digestion and immunity. Once released in the tract, intestinal bacteria convert these primary bile acids to secondary bile acids, which ha . . .