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Eﬄux from the enterocyte may involve the truncated ASBT (tASBT) and/or multi-drug-resistance-associated protein 3 (MRP3) but this remains to be deﬁned. The heteromeric organic-solute transporter (OST) a and b gene products together but not separately transport bile acids out of the enterocyte. OATP3 mRNA has been identiﬁed but it is not yet clear whether the protein is functional. 131 These authors found weak but reproducible immunological staining, together with low levels of OATP3 mRNA suggesting low expression levels that would account for earlier studies failing to detect sodiumindependent bile-acid transport.
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