Catherine Healy

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T he combination of poorly controlled diabetes, acute liver injury with marked elevation in serum aminotrans-ferases, and the characteristic histological changes on liver biopsy are diagnostic of glycogenic hepatopathy. A similar condition was described by Mauriac in 1930, characterized by growth retardation, he-patomegaly, Cushingoid features, and delayed(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES A disruption of epithelial barrier function can lead to intestinal inflammation. Toll-like receptor (TLR) 2 activation by microbial products promotes intestinal epithelial integrity and overall gut health. Several bacterial species, including enteric bacteria, actively produce amyloid proteins as a part of their biofilms. Recognition(More)
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