Strategies to prevent and reverse liver fibrosis in humans and laboratory animals

@article{Chen2015StrategiesTP,
  title={Strategies to prevent and reverse liver fibrosis in humans and laboratory animals},
  author={R. Chen and Hsiang-Hua Wu and Ying-Jan Wang},
  journal={Archives of Toxicology},
  year={2015},
  volume={89},
  pages={1727-1750}
}
Liver fibrosis results from chronic damage to the liver in conjunction with various pathways and is mediated by a complex microenvironment. Based on clinical observations, it is now evident that fibrosis is a dynamic, bidirectional process with an inherent capacity for recovery and remodeling. The major mechanisms involved in liver fibrosis include the… CONTINUE READING