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    The central role of mitochondrial metabolism in hepatic steatosis
    Mitochondria are present in all mammalian cells except matured red blood cells. Mitochondria consist of several metabolic pathways for glucose, fatty acids, amino acids, and bioenergetic pathways fo [...] Read more.
    Sanda Win ... Filbert Win Min Aung
    Published: February 29, 2024 Explor Dig Dis. 2024;3:42–68
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/edd.2024.00039
    This article belongs to the special issue Mitochondria and Lipid Signalling in Liver Diseases
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    SERPINB3 in fibrogenic chronic liver diseases and primary liver cancers
    Chronic liver diseases (CLDs), which are typically characterized by fibrogenic progression towards liver cirrhosis and related complications eventually leading to organ failure and can also lead to  [...] Read more.
    Patrizia Pontisso, Maurizio Parola
    Published: February 28, 2024 Explor Dig Dis. 2024;3:22–41
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/edd.2024.00038
    This article belongs to the special issue Fibrosis and Hepatobiliary Cancer
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    Bile as a liquid biopsy matrix: potential applications and limitations
    Hunting for tumoral material in body fluids, traditionally in blood, the so-called liquid biopsy is set to revolutionize the diagnosis and management of oncological patients. However, other biofluid [...] Read more.
    Maria Arechederra ... Carmen Berasain
    Published: February 04, 2024 Explor Dig Dis. 2024;3:5–21
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/edd.2024.00037
    Times Cited: 0
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    Precision medicine in chemotherapy: Is there room for advancement in colorectal cancer?
    Michele Ghidini
    Published: January 18, 2024 Explor Dig Dis. 2024;3:2–4
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/edd.2024.00036
    This article belongs to the special issue Latest Updates in the Endoscopic, Surgical and Medical Treatment of Resectable and Advanced Gastrointestinal Cancers
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    Correction: Familial achalasia isolated or syndromic: about 18 families
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    Published: January 11, 2024 Explor Dig Dis 2024;3:1
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.37349/edd.2024.00035
    Times Cited: 0