Alcohol-Related Mechanisms of Acute Pancreatitis: The Roles of Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress

@inproceedings{Criddle2015AlcoholRelatedMO,
  title={Alcohol-Related Mechanisms of Acute Pancreatitis: The Roles of Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress},
  author={David Neil Criddle and Richard T Waldron and Aurelia Lugea and Stephen J Pandol},
  year={2015}
}
Excessive alcohol consumption is a major contributor to diverse pathologies with an estimated 4 in 100 deaths worldwide caused by alcohol according to the World Health Organization (65). The close association between alcohol consumption and acute pancreatitis (AP) has been recognized for a long time, with Friedrich first describing the Drunkard's Pancreas in 1878, although elevated intake of alcohol had been linked to pancreatic disease a century earlier (4). More recently, a Danish… CONTINUE READING

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