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      Models of alcoholic liver disease in rodents: a critical evaluation.

      Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research

      Species Specificity, Apoptosis, drug effects, Central Nervous System Depressants, pharmacology, Disease Models, Animal, Endotoxins, Ethanol, Animals, Fatty Liver, pathology, Humans, Liver, Liver Diseases, Alcoholic, Mice, Rats

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          This article represents the proceedings of a workshop at the 2000 ISBRA Meeting in Yokohama, Japan. The chairs were J. Christian Bode and Hiroshi Fukui. The presentations were (1) Essentials and the course of the pathological spectrum of alcoholic liver disease in humans, by P. de la M. Hall; (2) Lieber-DeCarli liquid diet for alcohol-induced liver injury in rats, by C. S. Lieber and L. M. DeCarli; (3) Tsukamoto-French model of alcoholic liver injury, by S. W. French; (4) Animal models to study endotoxin-ethanol interactions, by K. O. Lindros and H. Järveläinen; and (5) Jejunoileal bypass operation in rats-A model for alcohol-induced liver injury? by Christiane Bode, Alexandr Parlesak, and J. Christian Bode.

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