Laura W. Schrum

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This special issue reflects on multiple factors/mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of ALD. Alcoholic liver injury is known to cause a broad range of liver abnormalities. Alcohol is primarily metabolized in the hepatocyte leading to increased secretion of inflammatory mediators, which, in turn, activate and/or influence the response of the(More)
Alcoholic liver disease (ALD) affects millions of people worldwide and is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. However, fewer than 10% of heavy drinkers progress to later stages of injury, suggesting other factors in ALD development, including environmental exposures and genetics. Females display greater susceptibility to the early damaging effects of(More)
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