Significance of soluble TNF receptor-I in acute-type fulminant hepatitis

@article{Tokushige2000SignificanceOS,
  title={Significance of soluble TNF receptor-I in acute-type fulminant hepatitis},
  author={Katsutoshi Tokushige and Naoko Yamaguchi and I M I Ikeda and Etsuko Hashimoto and Katsumi Yamauchi and Naoaki Hayashi},
  journal={American Journal of Gastroenterology},
  year={2000},
  volume={95},
  pages={2040-2046}
}
OBJECTIVE:Fulminant hepatitis is associated with apoptosis of hepatocytes, which is mediated via Fas and tumor necrosis factor (TNF) receptors. The clinical significance of apoptotic factors and these receptors was investigated in fulminant hepatitis.METHODS:Serum levels of TNF-α, soluble TNF receptor-I and -II, soluble Fas antigen, and Fas ligand were measured. Then, the relationships between these parameters and the severity or prognosis of fulminant hepatitis were studied.RESULTS:Serum… CONTINUE READING
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