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Predicting and reducing hepatic lipotoxicity in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Using a systems genetics approach, a new study identifies genetic variants and proteins associated with plasma and hepatic lipid abundance and hepatic lipotoxicity.

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Fig. 1: Systems genetic analysis of hepatic lipid metabolism.


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Moore, J.B., Thorne, J.L. Predicting and reducing hepatic lipotoxicity in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Lab Anim 48, 143–144 (2019).

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