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Hillgren, K M; Keppler, D; Zur, A A; Giacomini, K M; Stieger, B; Cass, C E; Zhang, L (2013). Emerging transporters of clinical importance: an update from the International Transporter Consortium. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 94(1):52-63.

Brouwer, K L R; Keppler, D; Hoffmaster, K A; Bow, D A J; Cheng, Y; Lai, Y; Palm, J E; Stieger, B; Evers, R (2013). In vitro methods to support transporter evaluation in drug discovery and development. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 94(1):95-112.

Kullak-Ublick, G A; Eloranta, J J (2009). Nuclear receptor regulation of bile acid transporters. In: Keppler, D; Beuers, U; Steihl, A; Trauner, M. Bile Acid Biology and Therapeutic Actions. Berlin: Springer, 111-114.

Stieger, B; Ismair, M G; Guyot, C; Synal-Hermanns, U; Kullak-Ublick, G A (2009). Canalicular microdomains and bile formation. In: Keppler, D; Beuers, U; Stiehl, A; Trauner, M. Bile Acid Biology and Therapeutic Actions. Dordrecht, NL: Springer, 31-35.

Martin, I V; Geiger, A (2008). Reactivation of hepatic organic anion transporters in different forms of acquired cholestasis by nuclear hormone receptors activators. In: Keppler, D; Beuers, U; Steihl, A; Trauner, M. Bile Acid Biology and Therapeutic Actions. Netherland: Springer, 1-6.

Eloranta, J J; Kullak-Ublick, G A (2007). Regulation of hepatic and intestinal bile acid transport by FXR-controlled pathways. In: Keppler, D; Beuers, U; Leuschner, U; Stiehl, A; Trauner, M; Paumgartner, G. Bile Acids: Biological Actions and Clinical Relevance. Dordrecht (NL): Springer, 115-120.

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