Modulation of hepatocyte sialylation drives spontaneous fatty liver disease and inflammation | Glycobiology | Oxford Academic

Health Hacker Australia > The Science > Genetic Modification > Modulation of hepatocyte sialylation drives spontaneous fatty liver disease and inflammation | Glycobiology | Oxford Academic

These findings connect hepatocyte and circulatory glycoprotein sialylation to the regulation of metabolism and inflammation, potentially identifying the glycome as a new target for liver-driven disease.

Modulation of hepatocyte sialylation drives spontaneous fatty liver disease and inflammation | Glycobiology | Oxford Academic

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