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Journal Articles (Review Article) Analytical Biochemistry Year : 2021

Metabolomics in the understanding and management of hepatic encephalopathy

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Metabolomics refers to the study of biological components below 1000 Daltons (Da) involved in metabolic pathways as substrates, products or effectors. According to the interconnected metabolic disturbances that have been described in the pathophysiology of hepatic encephalopathy (HE), this technique appears to be well adapted to study and better delineate the disease. This review will focus on recent advances in metabolomics in the field of HE. Thus, after a brief overview of the general principles of metabolomics, we will discuss metabolomics as a potentially efficient tool for unraveling new HE pathophysiological insights, biomarkers identification, or as a predicting tool for treatment response or outcome prognosis. Finally, we will give our vision on the prospects offered by metabolomics for improving care of HE patients.
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hal-03981510 , version 1 (08-01-2024)

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Juliette Pelle, Florence A Castelli, Marika Rudler, Imen Alioua, Benoit Colsch, et al.. Metabolomics in the understanding and management of hepatic encephalopathy. Analytical Biochemistry, 2021, 636, ⟨10.1016/j.ab.2021.114477⟩. ⟨hal-03981510⟩
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