• Sodium Cholate
Description In nature, cholic acid is produced in the liver from cholesterol. The liver converts cholesterol into the conjugated salts of glycocholic and taurocholic acid which are excreted into the bile. Bile is released into the intestine where the bile salts emulsify fats and promote digestion. About 90% of the bile salts are reabsorbed by the intestine and pass back to the liver by a process referred to as enterohepatic circulation.

NZP manufactures sodium cholate by a process which includes high temperature alkaline hydrolysis of bovine bile (also known as "cattle bile" or "ox bile") which is a by-product of the meat processing industry.
CAS Number 206986-87-0, 361-09-1
Formula

C24H39NaO5.xH2O

Molecular Weight 430.55 (anhydrous)
Synonyms Cholic acid, sodium salt
Use of Chemical Sodium cholate is used in the preparation and formulation of certain microbiological diagnostic media.

It is also used as an antibiotic and as an ingredient used for drug delivery.
Appearance White powder
Solubility Soluble in water.
EC Number 206-643-5
MDL Number MFCD00150749, MFCD00064138
InChI NRHMKIHPTBHXPF-TUJRSCDTSA-M
UNII NU3Y4CCH8Z
Standard Packsize 20 kg

Sodium Cholate

  • Product Code: 07

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