What is the function of liver in bile production?

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The function of the liver is that it creates it. It has special cells called hepatocytes to produce it. And then it sends it on its way to be stored in the gall bladder or drained directly into the stomach to assist in digestion of fats. There is a whole interconnected system of ductwork that the liver uses for the bile to travel down - usually called the biliary tree. Bile is first collected from the cells in the bile canaliculi, which merge into bile ducts, then the left and right hepatic ducts, and then the common hepatic duct. From there - it can either swing into the gall bladder via the cystic duct, or continue downward into common bile duct - which connects into the duodenum.
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