I.P. van de Peppel

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i.p.van.de.peppel umcg.nl

Research

Publications
  1. The Beneficial Effects of Apical Sodium-Dependent Bile Acid Transporter Inactivation Depend on Dietary Fat Composition

    van de Peppel, I. P., Rao, A., Dommerholt, M. B., Bongiovanni, L., Thomas, R., de Bruin, A., Karpen, S. J., Dawson, P. A., Verkade, H. J. & Jonker, J. W., 2020, In : Molecular Nutrition & Food Research. p. e2000750

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  2. Attenuation of the Hepatoprotective Effects of Ileal Apical Sodium Dependent Bile Acid Transporter (ASBT) Inhibition in Choline-Deficient L-Amino Acid-Defined (CDAA) Diet-Fed Mice

    Rao, A., van de Peppel, I. P., Gumber, S., Karpen, S. J. & Dawson, P. A., 25-Feb-2020, In : Frontiers in Medicine. 7, 14 p., 60.

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  3. Abnormal liver function tests in COVID-19 patients: relevance and potential pathogenesis

    Bertolini, A., van de Peppel, I. P., Bodewes, F. A. J. A., Moshage, H., Fantin, A., Farinati, F., Fiorotto, R., Jonker, J. W., Strazzabosco, M., Verkade, H. J. & Peserico, G., 23-Jul-2020, In : Hepatology.

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  4. Induction of fecal cholesterol excretion is not effective for the treatment of hyperbilirubinemia in Gunn rats

    Blankestijn, M., van de Peppel, I. P., Dvorak, A., Capkova, N., Vitek, L., Jonker, J. W. & Verkade, H. J., 1-May-2020, In : Pediatric Research. 8 p.

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