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HEP_24645_sm_SuppFig1.tif294KSupporting Figure S1 The expressions of nuclear receptors and their downstream target genes were studied in 23 HCV-infected livers and 15 donor livers. (A) Nuclear receptors. (B) Fatty acid synthesis pathway. (C) Fatty acid oxidation pathway. (D) Antioxidant pathway. Mean ± SEM are shown. p>0.05, comparisons between the two groups.
HEP_24645_sm_SuppFig2-part1.tif281KSupporting Figure S2 The expressions of nuclear receptors and their downstream target genes were studied hepatitis C male patients with (N=21) and without (13) a history of drinking. (A) Nuclear receptor co-regulators. *: p <0.05. (B) Antioxidant and inflammatory response pathway. (C) Fatty acid synthesis pathway. (D) VLDL secretion pathway. (E) Nuclear receptors. Mean ± SEM are shown. p >0.05 in all comparisons.
HEP_24645_sm_SuppFig2-part2.tif224KSupporting Figure S2 The expressions of nuclear receptors and their downstream target genes were studied hepatitis C male patients with (N=21) and without (13) a history of drinking. (A) Nuclear receptor co-regulators. *: p <0.05. (B) Antioxidant and inflammatory response pathway. (C) Fatty acid synthesis pathway. (D) VLDL secretion pathway. (E) Nuclear receptors. Mean ± SEM are shown. p >0.05 in all comparisons.
HEP_24645_sm_SuppFig3.tif200KSupporting Figure S3 Fasting plasma glucose level (GLU) in hepatitis C patients with (HC+AL) and without (HC) a history of alcohol consumption. Mean ± SEM are shown. *: p <0.05 in the comparison between patients with and without a history of drinking.
HEP_24645_sm_SuppTable1.doc131KSupporting Table 1. Primers used for quantification of RNA
HEP_24645_sm_SuppTable2.doc63KSupporting Table 2. Gene expression comparison between current and non-current drinkers
HEP_24645_sm_SuppTable3.doc29KSupporting Table 3. Disease severity in patients with and without an alcohol consumption history

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