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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · January 23, 2023

IL-31 Levels as a Biomarker for Pruritus in Patients With Cholestatic Diseases and NASH

Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.)


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Hepatology (Baltimore, Md.)
IL-31 levels correlate with pruritus in patients with cholestatic and metabolic liver diseases and is farnesoid X receptor responsive in NASH
Hepatology 2023 Jan 01;77(1)20-32, J Xu, Y Wang, M Khoshdeli, M Peach, JC Chuang, J Lin, WW Tsai, S Mahadevan, W Minto, L Diehl, R Gupta, M Trauner, K Patel, M Noureddin, KV Kowdley, A Gulamhusein, CL Bowlus, RS Huss, RP Myers, C Chung, AN Billin

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