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Academic Article Susceptibility of L-FABP-/- mice to oxidative stress in early-stage alcoholic liver.
Academic Article Overexpression of peroxiredoxin 6 does not prevent ethanol-mediated oxidative stress and may play a role in hepatic lipid accumulation.
Academic Article Oxidative Stress and the ER Stress Response in a Murine Model for Early-Stage Alcoholic Liver Disease.
Concept Liver Diseases, Alcoholic
Academic Article Identification of 5' AMP-activated kinase as a target of reactive aldehydes during chronic ingestion of high concentrations of ethanol.
Academic Article Increased 4-hydroxynonenal protein adducts in male GSTA4-4/PPAR-a double knockout mice enhance injury during early stages of alcoholic liver disease.
Academic Article Deletion of GSTA4-4 results in increased mitochondrial post-translational modification of proteins by reactive aldehydes following chronic ethanol consumption in mice.
Academic Article Knockout of the Gsta4 Gene in Male Mice Leads to an Altered Pattern of Hepatic Protein Carbonylation and Enhanced Inflammation Following Chronic Consumption of an Ethanol Diet.
Academic Article Quantifying Competition among Mitochondrial Protein Acylation Events Induced by Ethanol Metabolism.
Academic Article Lipidomics and Redox Lipidomics Indicate Early Stage Alcohol-Induced Liver Damage.
Academic Article Liver metabolomics identifies bile acid profile changes at early stages of alcoholic liver disease in mice.
Academic Article Profiling the oxylipidome in aged mice after chronic ethanol feeding: Identifying lipid metabolites as drivers of hepatocyte stress.

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