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Fatty liver, also known as fatty liver disease (FLD), is a reversible condition where large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulate in liver cells via the process of steatosis (i.e. abnormal retention of lipids within a cell).
Exploring Hepatic and Serum Proteomic Signatures in Werner Syndrome Mice

Exploring Hepatic and Serum Proteomic Signatures in Werner Syndrome Mice

Harnessing Gut Microbiome Compounds to Reduce Inflammation

Harnessing Gut Microbiome Compounds to Reduce Inflammation

Breakthrough Study Reveals Genetic Variants with Significant Impact on Obesity Risk

Breakthrough Study Reveals Genetic Variants with Significant Impact on Obesity Risk

Unveiling the Role of Exosomes in Regulating Hepatic Lipid Metabolism

Unveiling the Role of Exosomes in Regulating Hepatic Lipid Metabolism

Targeting Microbiota 2023: A Ground-Breaking Experience in Microbiome Research

Targeting Microbiota 2023: A Ground-Breaking Experience in Microbiome Research

Living Model of Human Liver Offers Help in Combating Liver Diseases

Living Model of Human Liver Offers Help in Combating Liver Diseases

Revealing a Novel Signaling Pathway Fostering Aging-Related Chronic Metabolic Disorders

Revealing a Novel Signaling Pathway Fostering Aging-Related Chronic Metabolic Disorders

Dietary Fiber Regulates Gut Microbiota and Improves Epithelial Cell Proliferation

Dietary Fiber Regulates Gut Microbiota and Improves Epithelial Cell Proliferation

Disclosing the Key Role of Mitofusin 2 Cellular Makeup in Interconnecting Organelles Within Cells

Disclosing the Key Role of Mitofusin 2 Cellular Makeup in Interconnecting Organelles Within Cells

Activated B Cells in Gastrointestinal Tract Contribute to the Development of Liver Cancer

Activated B Cells in Gastrointestinal Tract Contribute to the Development of Liver Cancer

Glycine-Based Tripeptide Treats Severe Form of Fatty Liver Disease in Non-Human Primates

Glycine-Based Tripeptide Treats Severe Form of Fatty Liver Disease in Non-Human Primates

Integrated-Gut-Liver-on-a-Chip can Improve Understanding of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Integrated-Gut-Liver-on-a-Chip can Improve Understanding of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Identifying biomarkers that help treat fatty liver patients with a personalized diet

Identifying biomarkers that help treat fatty liver patients with a personalized diet

Liver-produced hormone protects mice against the harmful effects of intoxication

Liver-produced hormone protects mice against the harmful effects of intoxication

Regulatory T cells produced in the gut play a role in repairing injured muscles

Regulatory T cells produced in the gut play a role in repairing injured muscles

Prolonged alcohol use and its detrimental effects on blood protein snapshot

Prolonged alcohol use and its detrimental effects on blood protein snapshot

UVA researchers discover a key trigger for common liver disease

UVA researchers discover a key trigger for common liver disease

Macrophages as new therapeutic target to address obesity-related diseases

Macrophages as new therapeutic target to address obesity-related diseases

Antibody that blocks VEGF-B could be a potential therapeutic option for fatty liver disease

Antibody that blocks VEGF-B could be a potential therapeutic option for fatty liver disease

Rare and protective loss-of-function mutations offer possible NAFLD drug targets

Rare and protective loss-of-function mutations offer possible NAFLD drug targets

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