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J Hepatol. 2014 Jan;60(1):197-209. doi: 10.1016/j.jhep.2013.07.044. Epub 2013 Aug 28.

Pathological bacterial translocation in liver cirrhosis.

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1
Department Gastroenterology, Inselspital, University Hospital, Bern 3010, Switzerland. Electronic address: Reiner.wiest@insel.ch.
2
Maurice Müller Laboratories, Universitätsklinik für Viszerale Chirurgie und Medizin (UVCM), University of Bern, Bern 3010, Switzerland.

KEYWORDS:

AMP; APC; BDL; BT; Bacterial translocation; CCl(4); DC; Farnesoid X receptor; FxR; GALT; GI; GNB; Gut-associated lymphoid tissue; HE; IEL; IFN; IL; IgA; Immunoglobulin A; Interferon; LPS; Liver cirrhosis; MCP-1; MDP; MLCK; MLN; Microbiome; Mucosa barrier; Muramyl-Dipeptide; NFkB; NO; NOD; PGN; Peptidoglycans; ROS; SBP; SDD; SIBO; TJ; TLR; TNF; ZO; antigen-presenting cell; antimicrobial peptides; bacterial translocation; bile duct ligation; carbon-tetrachloride; dendritic cell; gastrointestinal; gram-negative bacteria; gut-associated lymphoid tissue; hepatic encephalopathy; interepithelial lymphocyte; interleukin; lipopolysaccharide; mesenteric lmyph nodes; monocyte chemotatic protein-1; myosin light chain kinase; nitric oxide; nuclear factor kB; nucleotide binding oligomerisation domain 2; reactive oxygen species; selective gut decontamination; small intestinal bacterial overgrowth; spontaneous bacterial peritonitis; tight junction; toll-like-receptor; tumor necrosis factor; zonula occludens

PMID:
23993913
DOI:
10.1016/j.jhep.2013.07.044
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