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Serially coupled reversed phase-hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography-tailored multiple reaction monitoring, a fit-for-purpose tool for large-scale targeted metabolomics of medicinal bile Journal article
ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 2018,Volume: 1037,Page: 119-129
Authors:  Song, Qingqing;  Liu, Wenjing;  Chen, Xiaojia;  Li, Jun;  Li, Peng;  Yang, Fengqing;  Wang, Yitao;  Song, Yuelin;  Tu, Pengfei
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Large-scale Targeted Metabolomics  Serially Coupled Rplc-hilic  Tailored Multiple Reaction Monitoring  Medicinal Bile  Bile Acids  
Serially coupled reversed phase-hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography–tailored multiple reaction monitoring, a fit-for-purpose tool for large-scale targeted metabolomics of medicinal bile Journal article
Analytica Chimica Acta, 2018,Volume: 1037,Page: 119
Authors:  Song Q.;  Liu W.;  Chen X.;  Li J.;  Li P.;  Yang F.;  Wang Y.;  Song Y.;  Tu P.
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Bile acids  Large-scale targeted metabolomics  Medicinal bile  Serially coupled RPLC-HILIC  Tailored multiple reaction monitoring  
Chemical and biological analysis of active free and conjugated bile acids in animal bile using HPLC-ELSD and MTT methods Journal article
Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, 2011,Volume: 2,Issue: 1,Page: 125-130
Authors:  Wang N.;  Feng Y.;  Xie T.N.;  Su W.;  Zhu M.;  Chow O.;  Zhang Y.;  Wan-Ming N.G.;  Leung C.-H.;  Tong Y.
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Animal bile  Bile acids  Cytotoxicity  Hepatocellular carcinoma  High performance liquid chromatography-evaporative light scattering detector system  
Characterization of chenodeoxycholic acid as an endogenous antagonist of the G-coupled formyl peptide receptors Journal article
Inflammation Research, 2000,Volume: 49,Issue: 12,Page: 744-755
Authors:  Chen X.;  Yang D.;  Shen W.;  Dong H.F.;  Wang J.M.;  Oppenheim J.J.;  Howard O.M.Z.
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Bile acids  Chemotaxis  Chenodeoxycholic acid  Formyl peptide receptor  Formyl peptide receptor like 1. calcium flux