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Liver Scarring Protein Identified in Breakthrough Study

News   May 19, 2017 | Original story from The Westmead Institute for Medical Research

 
Liver Scarring Protein Identified in Breakthrough Study

Professor Jacob George and Doctor Mohammed Eslam at the Westmead Institute have shown that variations in the interferon lambda 3 protein cause tissue damage in the liver. Credit: The Westmead Institute for Medical Research

 
 
 

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