Bile Salts and Bile Salt Hydrolase

By: Chloe McClanahan, Biofiles Edition 6.2

Several Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium probiotic strains exhibit bile salt hydrolase (BSH) activity and are suspected to play a role in combating the negative effects of bile via detoxification of bile salts. However, enhanced BSH activity is potentially detrimental to the host. More research is needed to understand this dynamic between probiotics and bile salts.
 

Name Cat. No.
Bile bovine, dried, unfractionated B3883
Bile from bovine and ovine B8381
Bile salts mixture B3426
Sodium chenodeoxycholate, ≥97% C8261
Sodium cholate hydrate, from ox or sheep bile, ≥99% C1254
Sodium deoxycholate, ≥97% (titration) D6750
Sodium deoxycholate monohydrate, BioXtra, ≥99.0% (titration) D5670
Sodium glycochenodeoxycholate, ≥97% (TLC) G0759
Sodium glycocholate hydrate, ≥97% (TLC) G7132
Sodium glycodeoxycholate, BioXtra, ≥97% (TLC) G9910
Sodium taurochenodeoxycholate T6260
Sodium taurodeoxycholate hydrate, BioXtra, ≥97% (TLC) T0557
Taurocholic acid sodium salt hydrate, ≥95% (TLC) T4009

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