Serum hepassocin concentrations in diabetic patients with or without nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Abstract

Hepassocin is a hepatokine that plays an important role in the regulation of hepatocyte proliferation [1]. It is expressed and secreted into the extracellular medium in cultured hepatocytes and further induces proliferation of the hepatocytes. Deletion of hepassocin results in hepatocyte growth inhibition and ERK1/2 inhibitor blocks hepatic cell… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lu2016SerumHC, title={Serum hepassocin concentrations in diabetic patients with or without nonalcoholic fatty liver disease}, author={F. J. Lu and Horng-Yih Ou and Hung-Tsung Wu and Hao-Chang Hung and Jin-Shang Wu and Yi-Ching Yang and Chih-Jen Chang}, year={2016} }