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When a Malfunctioning Liver Can Lead to Brain Damage

News   Aug 20, 2019 | Original story from the University of Geneva

 
When a Malfunctioning Liver Can Lead to Brain Damage

Four weeks after the onset of liver disease, astrocytic cells (red) in the brains of diseased rats show altered morphology with shortening and reduction in the number of their extensions (scale bar: 25 μm). Credit: © Katarzyna Pierzchala et Dario Sessa

 
 
 

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