ASBT

AcronymDefinition
ASBTapical sodium-dependent bile acid transporter
ASBTAustralian School of Business and Technology
ASBTAustralasian Society of Blood Transfusion
ASBTAboriginal School Based Traineeships
ASBTAl Sayegh Brothers Trading LLC (UAE)
ASBTAmerican SnowBoard Tour
ASBTAssociation of Small Businesses in Technology, Inc.
ASBTAchariya School of Business and Technology (India)
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BAM can occur due to genetic mutations of the ASBT receptor, which is the ileal transporter involved in the reabsorption of BAs [8].
Intestinal epithelial cells reabsorb the majority of secreted BS through ASBT, localised in the brush border membrane of enterocytes.
In the study, mRNA expression levels of ASBT, breast cancer-related protein (BCRP), sulfotransferase family 2A member 1 (SULT2A1), and fibroblast growth factor 19 (FGF-19) were significantly lower in inflamed regions in patients with active Crohn's ileitis than in controls.
Factually, FXR activity is decreased upon Asbt inhibitor administration [134].
ASBT manager Caroline Laing said: "This initiative is not just about reducing anti-social behaviour, but also addressing other areas of harm alcohol can cause, such as health problems caused by binge drinking."
In kidney, the apical sodium dependent transporter (ASBT) is downregulated in proximal renal tubuli causing a reduced reabsorption and an increased BA urinary excretion [14].
The results of qRT-PCR, western blotting and ELISA revealed that jatrorrhizine significantly up-regulated the mRNA and protein expression of LDLR and CYP7A1, but exhibited no significant effect on mRNA and protein expression of HMGR and ASBT in hamsters.
Neighbours who saw the joint action with Wirral's Anti social Behaviour Team (ASBT) said they were glad to see the back of tenants who had made their lives miserable.
The goal will be to elucidate the conformational dynamics of NhaA, NapA, and ASBT proteins during transport and monitor the effects of substrates, ions, lipids and oligomerization.
LUM001 is being developed as a therapy for these diseases and is an inhibitor of the apical sodium-dependent bile acid transporter (ASBT), which recycles bile acids from the intestine to the liver.
The Officer in charge of NBST, Dr Janaki Sonoo, spoke to the press yesterday at Le Meridien Hotel at Pointe aux Piments at the end of 6th international congress of the Africa Society for Blood Transfusion (ASBT).