Anna E. Krieger

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BACKGROUND We examined if a purported anti-inflammatory supplement (AF) abrogated Western-diet (WD)-induced liver pathology in rats. AF contained: 1) protein concentrates from bovine colostrum and avian egg yolk; 2) herbal adaptogens and antioxidants; and 3) acetyl-L-carnitine. METHODS Nine month-old male Brown Norway rats were allowed ad libitum access(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of sub-chronic high fat, high sucrose diet (also termed 'Westernized diet' or WD) feeding on the liver transcriptome during early nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) development. METHODS Brown Norway male rats (9 months of age) were randomly assigned to receive ad libitum access to a(More)
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