Urine Bilirubin is a measure of the amount of bilirubin in the urine. The presence of bilirubin in the urine may indicate liver disease or certain types of anemia.

iollo markers that associate with Bilirubin

Glycochenodeoxycholic acid

Glycochenodeoxycholic acid is a bile acid that conjugates with bilirubin in the liver for elimination. Problems with this process may increase bilirubin.

Glycocholic acid

Glycocholic acid is a bile acid conjugate that incorporates bilirubin for excretion. Disruption of this pathway can increase bilirubin.

Glycodeoxycholic acid

Glycodeoxycholic acid participates in bilirubin conjugation and excretion. Impairment of this bile acid may raise bilirubin levels.


Taurine conjugates with bile acids like bilirubin in the liver to aid in their excretion. Impaired taurine conjugation can lead to elevated bilirubin levels.

Taurochenodeoxycholic acid

Taurochenodeoxycholic acid conjugates with bilirubin as part of the bile acid excretion pathway. Disruption can lead to higher bilirubin levels.

Taurocholic acid

Taurocholic acid is a major bile acid conjugate that incorporates bilirubin for excretion. Impairment of taurocholic acid production can raise bilirubin levels.

Taurodeoxycholic acid

Taurodeoxycholic acid is involved in bile acid conjugation of bilirubin for elimination. Reduced function could increase bilirubin.