Serum apolipoprotein C-III is independently associated with chronic hepatitis C infection and advanced fibrosis
J Rowell, AJ Thompson, JR Guyton, XQ Lao, JG McHutchison, JJ McCarthy, K Patel
Hepatology International | SPRINGER | Published : 2012
Awarded by NIH CTSA
Awarded by NIH at Duke University Medical Center
The authors would like to thank all of the study participants who contributed their biospecimens and data to the Duke Hepatology Clinic Database and Biorepository, and acknowledge Diane Uzarski, Crystal Cates, Chris Delionbach, and Melissa Austin for continued maintenance of this valuable resource. This study was funded in large part by a generous grant from the David H Murdock Institute for Business and Culture via the M.U.R.D.O.C.K. Study and NIH CTSA award 1 UL<INF>1</INF> RR024128-01. Dr. Rowell is supported by NIH Training Grant T32-DK007012-31 at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Thompson received funding support from the Duke Clinical Research Institute, a generous research gift from the Richard B. Boebel Family Fund, the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, and the Gastroenterology Society of Australia. There are no conflicts to disclose.