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Restoration of Bile Duct Injury of Donor Livers During Ex Situ Normothermic Machine Perfusion

Distinct responses between healthy and cirrhotic human livers upon lipopolysaccharide challenge: possible implications for acute-on-chronic liver failure

Evaluation of the antifibrotic effects of naringenin, asiatic acid and icariin by using precision-cut liver slices of mouse and human

An organogold compound as potential antimicrobial agent against drug resistant bacteria: Initial mechanistic insights

High saccharides, fatty acids and insulin promote a fibrogenic phenotype of healthy, but not nash, human precision-cut liver slices

Lipids inhibit the progression of fibrosis in human nash precision-cut liver slices and human hepatic stellate cells

Use of Precision-Cut Tissue Slices as a Translational Model to Study Host-Pathogen Interaction

Exploring organ-specific features of fibrogenesis using murine precision-cut tissue slices

Murine Precision-cut Intestinal Slices as a Potential Screening Tool for Antifibrotic Drugs

A Pathophysiological Model of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Using Precision-Cut Liver Slices

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