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HCV Infection and Liver Cirrhosis Are Associated with a Less-Favorable Serum Cholesteryl Ester Profile Which Improves through the Successful Treatment of HCV

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Weigand, Kilian ; Peschel, Georg ; Grimm, Jonathan ; Müller, Martina ; Höring, Marcus ; Krautbauer, Sabrina ; Liebisch, Gerhard ; Buechler, Christa
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Background: Infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) lowers serum cholesterol levels, which rapidly recover during therapy with direct-acting antivirals (DAAs). Serum cholesterol is also reduced in patients with liver cirrhosis. Studies investigating serum cholesterol in patients with chronic liver diseases are generally based on enzymatic assays providing total cholesterol levels. Hence, these ...


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