Journal: Scientific Reports
Article Title: A single faecal bile acid stool test demonstrates potential efficacy in replacing SeHCAT testing for bile acid diarrhoea in selected patients
Figure Lengend Snippet: ( a ) FBA concentration in stool samples collected on enrolment to the study in the 4 different study groups— FBA faecal bile acids, BAD bile acid diarrhoea, CD +ve Crohn’s disease patients with a positive SeHCAT scan, PC +ve post-cholecystectomy patients with a positive SeHCAT scan, PC − ve post-cholecystectomy patients with a negative SeHCAT scan, CG SeHCAT-negative control group. The total number of patients and the median and interquartile range (IQR)s from each cohort are also listed. ( b ) Faecal bile acid (FBA) concentration in stool samples collected on enrolment to the study split into SeHCAT result where
Article Snippet: Samples were analysed using the commercially available Immunodiagnostik (IDK) Faecal Bile Acids photometric kit (Ref: K7878W), provided by the BioHit Healthcare, UK.
Techniques: Concentration Assay, Negative Control