Hello! I am currently planning an experiment where I will be using major components of bile acids to create a mixture of similar concentrations to human bile acid. These mixture will be used to emulsify a polar substance dissolved in oil.
I'm a bit worried about formulating the mixture however, I was initially planning on ordering 3 of the major constituents of bile acid (Cholic, Glycocholic, and Taurocholic acids) and mixing them in water at quantities reflectant of human bile acid. When I look at the wikipedia article, however, I see that "Bile acids are conjugated with taurine or glycine residues to give anions called bile salts".
From what I can see, bile salts are what are used the human intestines to emulsify and uptake polar substances so I want to best reflect that. What would I have to do to form a bile salt solution from bile acids?