Molecular pathogenesis of T lymphocyte-induced liver injury in alcoholic hepatitis.

Abstract

The development of alcohol-induced liver injury is, in part, a consequence of the immunological/inflammatory response that alcohol stimulates. The abnormalities of immune function in heavy drinkers have been documented well. Cytokines, especially TNF alpha, produced from macrophages/Kupffer cells, play a role in the induction of liver cell necrosis and… (More)

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