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Enterohepatic circulation refers to the process whereby a drug or a metastable metabolite thereof in the liver is secreted into the bile, stored in the gall ...
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DrugsEnterohepatic circulation refers to the circulation of biliary acids, bilirubin, drugs or other substances from the liver to the bile, ...
by MS Roberts2002Cited by 595In general, enterohepatic recirculation may prolong the pharmacological effect of certain drugs and drug metabolites. Of particular importance is the potential ...
by MY Malik2016Cited by 41Enterohepatic recirculation (EHC) concerns many physiological processes and notably affects pharmacokinetic parameters such as plasma half-life and AUC as well ...
by M Ibarra2021Cited by 3Enteric reabsorption occurs when a drug is secreted into the intestinal lumen and reabsorbed into the systemic  ...
by MR Dobrinska1989Cited by 57enterohepatic circulation of drugs and the pharmacokinetic and pharmacody- namic consequences thereof. BILIARY. EXCRETION. Nearly all compounds are excreted.
Jul 23, 2021Enterohepatic circulation arises after absorption of a solute from the gastrointestinal tract into the portal blood. The absorption of drugs ...
by MY Malik2016Cited by 41EHC of a compound/drug occurs by biliary excretion and intestinal reabsorption, sometimes with hepatic conjugation and intestinal deconjugation. EHC leads to ...
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Jan 24, 2021Enterohepatic circulation of drugs describes the process by which drugs are conjugated to glucuronic acid in the liver, excreted into bile, ...

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