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hep26342-sup-0001-suppfig1.tif468KSupporting Information Figure 1
hep26342-sup-0002-supptab1.doc36KSupporting Table 1. Clinical characteristics (mean ± SD) of obese individuals according to liver phenotype with those study subjects without distinct phenotype.
hep26342-sup-0003-supptab2.doc62KSupporting Table 2. Liver histology in study subjects by NASH Clinical Research Network Scoring System Definitions and Scores (27).
hep26342-sup-0004-supptab3.doc27KSupporting Table 3. Clinical characteristics (mean ± SD) of obese individuals divided by the use of statins.
hep26342-sup-0005-supptab4.doc22KSupporting Table 4. Characteristics of all study subjects and subjects with available samples for liver sterol measurement and liver gene expression analysis (mean ± SD). There was no statistically significant difference between the groups.
hep26342-sup-0006-supptab5.doc21KSupporting Table 5. Spearman's correlations of serum total cholesterol, desmosterol, cholestenol and lathosterol with mRNA expression of SREBP1a and SREBP1c in liver tissue (n=80).

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