Joanna Maria Lotowska

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OBJECTIVE The study objective was an in-depth ultrastructural analysis of intermediate hepatocyte-like cells (IHCs), constituting a subpopulation of liver progenitor/oval cells, in children with(More)
OBJECTIVE Until now studies concerning the involvement of hepatic nonparenchymal cells (NPCs), particularly Kupffer cells/macrophages (KCs/MPs), in the pathogenesis of human nonalcoholic(More)
PURPOSE Activation of hepatic stellate cells (HSCs), mainly responsible for extracellular matrix synthesis, is assumed to be central event in the process of liver fibrogenesis. The major objective of(More)
PURPOSE Recently, it has been emphasized that hepatic progenitor/oval cells (HPCs) are significantly involved in liver fibrogenesis. We evaluated the multipotential population of HPCs by transmission(More)
Since Kupffer cells/macrophages (KCs/MPs) may be involved in the pathogenesis of autoimmune hepatitis (AIH), this pioneer study was undertaken to evaluate KCs/MPs in pediatric AIH in(More)