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Biliary Atresia

 
 
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Disease relevance of Biliary Atresia

 

High impact information on Biliary Atresia

  • Here, we address the hypothesis that production of IFN-gamma is a key pathogenic mechanism of disease using a mouse model of rotavirus-induced biliary atresia [6].
  • These observations suggest that the carbohydrate-binding specificity of a virus can dramatically alter disease in the host and highlight the need for epidemiologic studies focusing on infection by sialic acid-binding reovirus strains as a possible contributor to the pathogenesis of neonatal biliary atresia [7].
  • The second was the time-restricted expression of genes regulating biological networks previously unrecognized in biliary atresia, such as the complement components C3ar-1 and C1q-alpha/beta [8].
  • No B19 DNA was detected in serum from patients with other types of FH or from 82 patients with biliary atresia [9].
  • Increased urinary dipeptidyl peptidase IV activity in extrahepatic biliary atresia [10].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Biliary Atresia

 

Biological context of Biliary Atresia

 

Anatomical context of Biliary Atresia

 

Gene context of Biliary Atresia

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Biliary Atresia

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