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The crosstalk between liver-pancreas-gut: effect on hepatic glucose metabolism The crosstalk between liver-pancreas-gut: effect on hepatic glucose metabolism

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Oral presentation given by CNR at the 2nd European Fatty Liver Congress (EFLC), Maastricht, Netherlands, 1st March 2018

Bile acid composition modulates insulin resistance in non-diabetic patients with NAFLD Bile acid composition modulates insulin resistance in non-diabetic patients with NAFLD

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Oral presentation given by UNITO & CNR at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver (AISF), Rome, Italy, 22nd - 23rd February 2018

Non-invasive biomarkers for NAFLD: Considerations for use in clinical practice & clinical trials Non-invasive biomarkers for NAFLD: Considerations for use in clinical practice & clinical trials

Date added: 11/01/2018
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Oral presentation given by UNEW at the Global NASH Congress, London, UK, 27th February 2018

Lifestyle intervention in NASH - Backbone of therapy or ineffective? Lifestyle intervention in NASH - Backbone of therapy or ineffective?

Date added: 11/01/2018
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Oral presentation given by UMC at the Global NASH Congress, London, UK, 26th February 2018

Hyphenated techniques for comprehensive analysis of metabolites in biological systems to describe... Hyphenated techniques for comprehensive analysis of metabolites in biological systems to describe...

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"Hyphenated techniques for comprehensive analysis of metabolites in biological systems to describe metabolic changes caused by disease, environmental, nutritional, or genetic factors"

Oral presentation given by ORU at the 15th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Separation Technology, Cardiff, UK, 24th - 26th January 2018

Insulin resistance and reduced metabolic flexibility: cause or consequence of NAFLD? Insulin resistance and reduced metabolic flexibility: cause or consequence of NAFLD?

Date added: 11/01/2018
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Oral presentation given by CNR at the 10th Serbian Congress on Diabetes, Belgrade, Serbia, 20th November 2017

Work up of NAFLD in 2017 and new diagnostic methods Work up of NAFLD in 2017 and new diagnostic methods

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Lecture given by UNITO at the 3rd Swiss Hepatology Postgraduate Course, Swiss Association for the Study of the Liver (SASL), Wolfsberg, Switzerland, 14th November 2017

Plasma Selenoprotein P levels are related to adipose tissue insulin resistance, composition of... Plasma Selenoprotein P levels are related to adipose tissue insulin resistance, composition of...

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Date added: 08/06/2018
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"Plasma Selenoprotein P levels are related to adipose tissue insulin resistance, composition of free fatty acids and liver fibrosis in non-diabetic patients with Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease"

Poster presentation given by UNITO & CNR at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), Washington DC, USA, 20th - 24th October 2017

Lipopolysaccharide increases the release of CXCL5 in an ex-vivo model for human non-alcoholic... Lipopolysaccharide increases the release of CXCL5 in an ex-vivo model for human non-alcoholic...

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Date added: 08/06/2018
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"Lipopolysaccharide increases the release of CXCL5 in an ex-vivo model for human non-alcoholic fatty liver disease"

Poster presentation given by UNEW at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), Washington DC, USA, 20th - 24th October 2017

Dietary counselling focusing only on fructose consumption improves hepatic inflammation in... Dietary counselling focusing only on fructose consumption improves hepatic inflammation in...

Date added: 08/06/2018
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"Dietary counselling focusing only on fructose consumption improves hepatic inflammation in patients with NAFLD - a prospective, controlled, randomized open-label study (NUCES NASH)"

Poster presentation given by UMC at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD), Washington DC, USA, 20th - 24th October 2017