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Microbiology (United Kingdom), ISSN 1350-0872, 12/2016, Volume 162, Issue 12, pp. 2136 - 2146
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 12/2014, Volume 371, Issue 26, pp. 2457 - 2466
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by Corey, Kathleen E and Wilson, Laura A and Altinbas, Akif and Yates, Katherine P and Kleiner, David E and Chung, Raymond T and Krauss, Ronald M and Chalasani, Naga and Bringman, Diane and Dasarathy, Srinivasan and Feldstein, Ariel and Hawkins, Carol and Liu, Yao‐Chang and McCullough, Arthur and Sargent, Ruth and Stager, Margaret and Abdelmalek, Manal and Diehl, Anna Mae and Gottfried, Marcia and Guy, Cynthia and Killenberg, Paul and Kwan, Samantha and Pan, Yi‐Ping and Piercy, Dawn and Smith, Melissa and Pfeifer, Kimberly and Scheimann, Ann O and Torbenson, Michael and Bhimalli, Prajakta and Byam, Elizabeth and Cummings, Oscar W and Klipsch, Ann and Lee, Lydia and Molleston, Jean P and Ragozzino, Linda and Subbarao, Girish and Vuppalanchi, Raj and Barlow, Sarah and Brunt, Elizabeth M and Derdoy, Jose and Hoffmann, Joyce and King, Debra and Siegner, Joan and Stewart, Susan and Neuschwander‐Tetri, Brent A and Thompson, Judy and Abrams, Stephanie H and Arceo, Diana and Espinosa, Denise and Fairly, Leanel Angeli and Behling, Cynthia and Clark, Lisa and Durelle, Janis and Lavine, Joel E and Mendoza, Susana and Parman, Zana and Patton, Heather and Schwimmer, Jeffrey B and Sirlin, Claude and Stein, Tanya and Bambha, Kiran and Bass, Nathan M and Ferrell, Linda D and Filipowski, Danuta and Merriman, Raphael and Pabst, Mark and Rosenthal, Monique and Rosenthal, Philip and Steel, Tessa and Coffey, Melissa and Kowdley, Kris V and Mooney, Jody and Murray, Karen F and Nelson, James and Saunders, Cheryl and Yeh, Matthew and Young, Melissa and Boyett, Sherry and Bryan, Daphne and Contos, Melissa J and Fuchs, Michael and Jones, Amy and Luketic, Velimir A. C and Sandhu, Bimalijit and Sanyal, Arun J and Sargeant, Carol and White, Melanie and Mohan, Parvathi and Nair, Kavita and Doo, Edward and Hoofnagle, Jay and Robuck, Patricia R and Huang, Terry T.‐K and Belt, Pat and Brancati, Fred and Clark, Jeanne and Colvin, Ryan and Donithan, Michele and Green, Mika and Hollick, Rosemary and ... and NASH Clinical Research Network and the NASH Clinical Research Network
Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, ISSN 0269-2813, 05/2019, Volume 49, Issue 9, pp. 1205 - 1213
Summary Background Dyslipidaemia is frequent in non‐alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH); however, it is unclear if improvement in liver histology is associated... 
FATTY LIVER-DISEASE | E-SELECTIN | LOW-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN | CARDIOVASCULAR-DISEASE | ATHEROSCLEROSIS | RISK | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | ION MOBILITY | DYSLIPIDEMIA | MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY | CORONARY-HEART-DISEASE | GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY | Macrophage Activation - physiology | Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - pathology | Dyslipidemias - drug therapy | Humans | Middle Aged | E-Selectin - blood | Male | Treatment Outcome | Lipoproteins - chemistry | Biomarkers - blood | Lipoproteins - blood | Pioglitazone - therapeutic use | Remission Induction | Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - drug therapy | Vascular Cell Adhesion Molecule-1 - blood | Particle Size | Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - blood | Dyslipidemias - blood | Biopsy | Vitamin E - therapeutic use | Adult | Female | Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 - blood | Retrospective Studies | Vitamin E | Low density lipoproteins | Analysis | Liver | Endothelium | Lipoproteins (low density) | Phenotypes | Pioglitazone | Adhesion tests | Health risks | Clinical trials | Histology | Macrophages | Adhesion | Lipoproteins | Cell activation | Tocopherol | Cardiovascular diseases | low-density lipoprotein (LDL) | non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) | small dense low-density lipoprotein level | cardiovascular disease (CVD) | Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) | lipoprotein subfraction
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by Thwaites, Guy E and Scarborough, Matthew and Szubert, Alexander and Nsutebu, Emmanuel and Tilley, Robert and Greig, Julia and Wyllie, Sarah A and Wilson, Peter and Auckland, Cressida and Cairns, Janet and Ward, Denise and Lal, Pankaj and Guleri, Achyut and Jenkins, Neil and Sutton, Julian and Wiselka, Martin and Armando, Gonzalez-Ruiz and Graham, Clive and Chadwick, Paul R and Barlow, Gavin and Gordon, N Claire and Young, Bernadette and Meisner, Sarah and McWhinney, Paul and Price, David A and Harvey, David and Nayar, Deepa and Jeyaratnam, Dakshika and Planche, Tim and Minton, Jane and Hudson, Fleur and Hopkins, Susan and Williams, John and Török, M Estee and Llewelyn, Martin J and Edgeworth, Jonathan D and Walker, A Sarah and Scarborough, Matthew and Kamfose, Musa and de Veciana, Ana and Gordon, Nicola Claire and Peto, Leon and Pill, Gemma and Clarke, Tiphanie and Watson, Laura and Young, Bernadette and Griffiths, Dai and Vaughn, Ali and Anson, Luke and Liu, Elian and Perera, Sanuki and Rylance-Knight, Lydia and Cantell, Carmen and Moroney, Ruth and Edgeworth, Jonathan D and Thwaites, Guy and Bisnauthsing, Karen and Querol-Rubiera, Antonio and Gibbs, Charlotte and Patel, Amita and Hemsley, Carolyn and Goodman, Anna L and Wyncoll, Duncan and Biswas, Jason and Fitzpatrick, Jennifer and Roberts, Lizzie and Millard, James and Stone, Neil and Cape, Angela and Hurley, Lisa and Tam, Chi Kai and Nsutebu, Emmanuel and Hoyle, Marie-Claire and Maitland, Kate and Trainor, Leona and Reynolds, Helen and Harrison, Jennifer and Anson, Jim and Lewis, Joseph and Folb, Jonathan and Goodwin, Lynsey and Beeching, Nicholas and Dyas, Sarah and Winslow, Helen and Foote, Elizabeth and Roberts, Paul and Natarajan, Pavithra and Chrdle, Alex and Fenech, Manuel and Allsop, Hannah and Tilley, Robert and Austin-Hutchison, Rachel and Barrett, Louise and Brookes, Karen and Carwithen, Leanne and Conbeer, Andrew and Cunningham, Richard and Eglinton, Charlotte and Fok, Rosie and Gott, Hannah and ... and United Kingdom Clinical Infection Research Group (UKCIRG) and UKCIRG
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 02/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10121, pp. 668 - 678
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The Review of English Studies, ISSN 0034-6551, 04/2012, Volume 63, Issue 259, pp. 313 - 315
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 11/2015, Volume 10, Issue 11, p. e0142538
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BMJ (Online), ISSN 0959-8146, 2019, Volume 364, p. l240
OBJECTIVES To provide the first report on the main outcomes from the prevalence and incidence rounds of a large pilot of routine primary high risk human... 
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