Liver Cell Injury, Repair, Fibrosis, and Inflammation : NIDDK

Liver Cell Injury, Repair, Fibrosis, and Inflammation

To better understand the cellular mechanisms that mediate the processes of liver injury, inflammation, repair and fibrosis in order to develop effective means to monitor and treat the diseases caused by these processes.

For more information, please see the Action Plan for Liver Diseases Research, or contact Dr. Edward Doo,  Director of the Liver Diseases Program.

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