Latest liver injury Stories
New data suggest that the transcription factor FOXO3 may protect against alcohol-induced liver injury.
More people are being affected by drug-induced liver injury (DILI) than ever before.
New research being presented at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) offers key insights into the progression of diseases leading to liver damage, which affect diverse populations, including young people.
Monthly liver enzyme testing is no longer required SILVER SPRING, Md., March 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S.
New research shows that anti-microbial medications are a common cause of drug-induced liver injury (DILI) leading to acute liver failure (ALF), with women and minorities disproportionately affected.
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The International Serious Adverse Events Consortium (SAEC) announced today initial results from its research designed to discover genetic markers that may predict individuals at risk for serious drug induced liver injury (DILI).
Kupffer cells, resident tissue macrophages that line the liver sinusoids, play a key role in modulating inflammation in a number of experimental models of liver injury.
A study published in the August 2005 issue of Hepatology analyzed reports of suspected drug-induced liver injury received by the Swedish Adverse Drug Reactions Advisory Committee (SADRAC) in order to evaluate the validity of Hy's rule and determine what factors might predict the outcome of different forms of DILD.
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