Natalia Smith Cortínez

Publications
  1. Collagen release by human hepatic stellate cells requires vitamin C and is efficiently blocked by hydroxylase inhibition

    Smith-Cortinez, N., Fagundes, R. R., Gomez, V., Kong, D., de Waart, D. R., Heegsma, J., Sydor, S., Olinga, P., de Meijer, V. E., Taylor, C. T., Bank, R., Paulusma, C. C. & Faber, K. N., 24-Nov-2020, In : The FASEB Journal. 13 p.

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  2. Hormone-sensitive lipase is a retinyl ester hydrolase in human and rat quiescent hepatic stellate cells

    Shajari, S., Saeed, A., Smith-Cortinez, N. F., Heegsma, J., Sydor, S. & Faber, K. N., Sep-2019, In : Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids. 1864, 9, p. 1258-1267 10 p.

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  3. Simultaneous Induction of Glycolysis and Oxidative Phosphorylation during Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells Reveals Novel Targets to Treat Liver Fibrosis

    Smith-Cortinez, N., Van Eunen, K., Sydor, S., Bechmann, L. P., Moshage, H., Thediek, K., Bakker, B. & Faber, K. N., Oct-2018, In : Hepatology. 68, p. 642A 1 p.

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