From the Editor’s desk....
EASL LiverTree™, Richard Moreau, 234529
JHEP at a glance (November 2018)
EASL LiverTree™, Journal of Hepatology, 234530
Multi-organ quantitative MRI for the assessment of liver disease – A whole much more than the sum of its parts
EASL LiverTree™, Manil D. Chouhan, 234531
Interspecies chimeric livers: A step closer to solving the problem of transplantable organ shortage?
EASL LiverTree™, Burcin Ekser, 234532
Ex vivo liver resection and autotransplantation: An emerging option in selected indications
EASL LiverTree™, Tomoaki Kato, 234533
Liver transplantation in patients with ACLF and multiple organ failure: Time for priority after initial stabilization
EASL LiverTree™, Faouzi Saliba, 234534
Hepatitis C virus reinfection after successful treatment with direct-acting antiviral therapy in a large population-based cohort
EASL LiverTree™, Naveed Janjua, 234535
Multi-organ assessment of compensated cirrhosis patients using quantitative magnetic resonance imaging
EASL LiverTree™, Indra Guha, 234536
Chimeric liver transplantation reveals interspecific graft remodelling
EASL LiverTree™, Christian Toso, 234537
Ex vivo liver resection and autotransplantation as alternative to allotransplantation for end-stage hepatic alveolar echinococcosis
EASL LiverTree™, Hao Wen, 234538
Liver transplantation in patients with multiple organ failures: Feasibility and outcomes
EASL LiverTree™, Paul Joseph Thuluvath, 234539
Phospho-ERK is a biomarker of response to a synthetic lethal drug combination of sorafenib and MEK inhibition in liver cancer
EASL LiverTree™, ATK Member, 234540
Modified PAGE-B score predicts the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma in Asians with chronic hepatitis B on antiviral therapy
EASL LiverTree™, DAEHEE CHOI, 234541
Dietary exacerbation of metabolic stress leads to accelerated hepatic carcinogenesis in glycogen storage disease type Ia
EASL LiverTree™, Fabienne RAJAS, 234542
Development of models estimating the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma after antiviral treatment for hepatitis C
EASL LiverTree™, George Ioannou, 234543
The nuclear bile acid receptor FXR is a PKA- and FOXA2-sensitive activator of fasting hepatic gluconeogenesis
EASL LiverTree™, Philippe LEFEBVRE, 234544
Caspase recruitment domain 6 protects against hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury by suppressing ASK1
EASL LiverTree™, Hongliang Li, 234545
Identification of a xenobiotic as a potential environmental trigger in primary biliary cholangitis
EASL LiverTree™, Matthew C. Wright, 234546
Regulation of epithelial injury and bile duct obstruction by NLRP3, IL-1R1 in experimental biliary atresia
EASL LiverTree™, Jorge Bezerra, 234547
Abnormal neutrophil traps and impaired efferocytosis contribute to liver injury and sepsis severity after binge alcohol use
EASL LiverTree™, Gyongyi Szabo, 234548
An internet-based approach for lifestyle changes in patients with NAFLD: Two-year effects on weight loss and surrogate markers
EASL LiverTree™, Giulio Marchesini, 234549
Exercise in cirrhosis: Translating evidence and experience to practice
EASL LiverTree™, Puneeta Tandon, 234550
Challenges and perspectives of direct antivirals for the treatment of hepatitis C virus infection
EASL LiverTree™, Johannes Vermehren, 234551
The removal of DAA restrictions in Europe – One step closer to eliminating HCV as a major public health threat
EASL LiverTree™, Alison D. Marshall, 234552
The role of Kupffer cells in hepatic iron and lipid metabolism
EASL LiverTree™, Martin Guilliams, 234553
Prevalent acute-on-chronic liver failure and response to corticosteroids in alcoholic hepatitis
EASL LiverTree™, Ewan H Forrest, 234554
Reply to: “Prevalent acute-on-chronic liver failure and response to corticosteroids in alcoholic hepatitis”
EASL LiverTree™, Thomas Sersté, 234555
Non-invasive prediction of oesophageal varices in patients with cirrhosis secondary to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
EASL LiverTree™, Ian A. Rowe, 234556
Reply to: “Non-invasive prediction of oesophageal varices in patients with cirrhosis secondary to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease”
EASL LiverTree™, Salvatore Petta, 234557
Antiviral therapy in hepatitis B virus-infected immunotolerant children, exploring a new land
EASL LiverTree™, Mohamed Aly Mokhles, 234558
Reply to: “Antiviral therapy in hepatitis B virus-infected immunotolerant children, exploring a new land”
EASL LiverTree™, Pan Zhao, 234559
Corrigendum to “EASL Clinical Practice Guidelines for the management of patients with decompensated cirrhosis” [J Hepatol 69 (2018) 406–460]
EASL LiverTree™, Journal of Hepatology, 234560
Corrigendum to “Alveolar echinococcosis: From a deadly disease to a well-controlled infection. Relative survival and economic analysis in Switzerland over the last 35 years” [J Hepatol 49 (2008) 72–77]
EASL LiverTree™, Beat Muellhaupt, 234561
From the Editor’s Desk…
EASL LiverTree™, Richard Moreau, 234485
JHEP at a glance (October 2018)
EASL LiverTree™, Journal of Hepatology, 234486
Viral hepatitis: “E” is for equitable elimination
EASL LiverTree™, Jeffrey Lazarus, 234487
Predicting treatment eligibility for hepatitis B in low income regions: Can treatment scores without HBV DNA testing serve the purpose?
EASL LiverTree™, Geoffrey Dusheiko, 234488
A changing landscape of liver transplantation: King HCV is dethroned, ALD and NAFLD take over!
EASL LiverTree™, Georges-Philippe PAGEAUX, 234489
Ruling out esophageal varices in NAFLD cirrhosis: Can we do without endoscopy?
EASL LiverTree™, Roberto de Franchis, 234490
The multi-dimensional role of intestinal HIFs in liver pathobiology
EASL LiverTree™, Wajahat Mehal, 234491
Predicting the future burden of NAFLD and NASH
EASL LiverTree™, Jacob George, 234492
Development of a simple score based on HBeAg and ALT for selecting patients for HBV treatment in Africa
EASL LiverTree™, Maud Lemoine, 234493
Assessing the cost-effectiveness of hepatitis C screening strategies in France
EASL LiverTree™, Sylvie Deuffic-Burban, 234494
Normal on-treatment ALT during antiviral treatment is associated with a lower risk of hepatic events in patients with chronic hepatitis B
EASL LiverTree™, Vincent Wong, 234495
The intensive care unit course and outcome in acute-on-chronic liver failure are comparable to other populations
EASL LiverTree™, Schalk van der Merwe, 234496
Impact of DAAs on liver transplantation: Major effects on the evolution of indications and results. An ELITA study based on the ELTR registry
EASL LiverTree™, Luca Saverio Belli, 234497
Karnofsky performance status before and after liver transplantation predicts graft and patient survival
EASL LiverTree™, Paul Joseph Thuluvath, 234498
Efficacy of annexin A3 blockade in sensitizing hepatocellular carcinoma to sorafenib and regorafenib
EASL LiverTree™, Stephanie Ma, 234499
Mutational landscape of a chemically-induced mouse model of liver cancer
EASL LiverTree™, Duncan T. Odom, 234500
hiPSC hepatocyte model demonstrates the role of unfolded protein response and inflammatory networks in α-antitrypsin deficiency
EASL LiverTree™, Ludovic Vallier, 234501
Long noncoding RNA lncHand2 promotes liver repopulation via c-Met signaling
EASL LiverTree™, Zusen Fan, 234502
Family occurrence of autoimmune hepatitis: A Danish nationwide registry-based cohort study
EASL LiverTree™, Lisbet Grønbæk, 234503
Non-invasive prediction of esophageal varices by stiffness and platelet in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease cirrhosis
EASL LiverTree™, Salvatore Petta, 234504
Intestinal HIF-1α deletion exacerbates alcoholic liver disease by inducing intestinal dysbiosis and barrier dysfunction
EASL LiverTree™, Wenke Feng, 234505
Modeling NAFLD disease burden in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States for the period 2016–2030
EASL LiverTree™, Homie Razavi, 234506
Urea cycle dysregulation in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
EASL LiverTree™, Karen Louise Thomsen, 234507
New virological tools for screening, diagnosis and monitoring of hepatitis B and C in resource-limited settings
EASL LiverTree™, Stephane Chevaliez, 234508
Endoplasmic reticulum stress signalling and the pathogenesis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
EASL LiverTree™, Béatrice Bailly-Maitre, 234509
Pharmacogenomics of drug-induced liver injury (DILI): Molecular biology to clinical applications
EASL LiverTree™, Guruprasad Aithal, 234510
Cirrhotic cardiomyopathy
EASL LiverTree™, Samuel Lee, 234511
Allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation eliminates alloreactive inhibitory antibodies after liver transplantation for bile salt export pump deficiency
EASL LiverTree™, Verena Keitel, 234512
Significant impact of new oral therapies against HCV on the waiting list for liver transplantation in Spain
EASL LiverTree™, Marina Berenguer, 234513
Persistence of NS5B-S282T, a sofosbuvir resistance-associated substitution, in a HIV/HCV-coinfected MSM with risk of onward transmission
EASL LiverTree™, Astrid Newsum, 234514
Association between cirrhosis and hip fracture in older people in a population-based cohort study
EASL LiverTree™, Kuan-Fu Liao, 234515
NASH-related and cryptogenic cirrhosis similarities extend beyond cirrhosis
EASL LiverTree™, Edoardo G. Giannini, 234516
Reply to: “NASH-related and cryptogenic cirrhosis similarities extend beyond cirrhosis”
EASL LiverTree™, Paul Joseph Thuluvath, 234517
Individualized prediction of hepatocellular carcinoma occurrence in a large cohort of patients with cirrhosis
EASL LiverTree™, Astrid Marot, 234518
Mortality due to immunotherapy related hepatitis
EASL LiverTree™, Siddharth Sood, 234519
Reply to: “Mortality due to immunotherapy related hepatitis”
EASL LiverTree™, Didier Samuel, 234520
Immunotolerant children with chronic hepatitis B – To treat or not – The dilemma continues
EASL LiverTree™, Seema Alam, 234521
Reply to: “Immunotolerant children with chronic hepatitis B – To treat or not – The dilemma continues”
EASL LiverTree™, Pan Zhao, 234522
Impact of direct-acting antiviral therapy on the need for liver transplantation related to hepatitis C in Germany
EASL LiverTree™, Kerstin Herzer, 234523
Clinical use of dendritic cell-derived exosomes for hepatocellular carcinoma immunotherapy: How far we are?
EASL LiverTree™, Yuan Li, 234524
Corrigendum to “From the Editor’s Desk August 2018” [J Hepatol 69 (2018) 265–268]
EASL LiverTree™, Richard Moreau, 234525
Corrigendum to “A simple diet- and chemical-induced murine NASH model with rapid progression of steatohepatitis, fibrosis and liver cancer” [J Hepatol 69 (2018) 385–395]
EASL LiverTree™, Scott L. Friedman, 234526
Corrigendum to “Recipient characteristics and morbidity and mortality after liver transplantation” [J hepatol 69 (2018) 43–50]
EASL LiverTree™, Sumeet Asrani, 234527
Corrigendum to “Prognostic factors and predictors of sorafenib benefit in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma: Analysis of two phase III studies” [J hepatol 67 (2017) 999–1008]
EASL LiverTree™, Josep M. Llovet, 234528
Meeting Close
EASL LiverTree™, Elisabetta BUGIANESI, 227298
Consensus Statement V: Which patients with NASH should be considered for transplantation? How best to assess risk in this cohort? What is the role of bariatric surgery in the peri-transplant setting
EASL LiverTree™, Session Speakers, 231720
Transplantation for NAFLD - outcomes and complications
EASL LiverTree™, Paolo Muiesan, 227295
Clinical Case V - Patient with decompensated NASH
EASL LiverTree™, Patrizia Burra, 227293
Assessment of NIS4 clinicalutility for identification of patients with active NASH (NAS≥4) and significant fibrosis (F≥2) in patients at risk of NASH
EASL LiverTree™, Arun Sanyal, 226719
The TM6SF2-E167K variant promotes liver cancer through hepatic lipid accumulation, tissue damage and inflammation
EASL LiverTree™, Emma Scott, 226721
Treatment with Obeticholic Acid in Patients with NASH Does Not Show Increased Markers of Liver Toxicity Based on Evaluation of Drug-Induced Serious Hepatotoxicity (eDISH)
EASL LiverTree™, David Shapiro, 226722
NAFLD in newly diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes: prevalence and risk factors from a South Asian population
EASL LiverTree™, Fatima Sharif, 226723
N-3 polyunsaturated fattyacids in NAFLD (a double-blind randomised placebo-controled study)
EASL LiverTree™, Vaclav Smid, 226724
B-lymphocytes contribute to the evolution of nonalcoholicfatty liver disease (NAFLD)
EASL LiverTree™, Salvatore Sutti, 226725
DNA damage and repair in Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
EASL LiverTree™, Janusz Szemraj, 226726
Inhibition of DGAT2 improves hepatic steatosis, inflammation and cardiovascular risk factors in the LDLr-/-.Leiden mouse.
EASL LiverTree™, Gregory Tesz, 226727
Dietary cholesterol mitigates liver bile acid toxicity by activation of phase 1 regenerative response
EASL LiverTree™, Oren Tirosh, 226728
Transcriptomic profiles of transplanted livers that developed NAFLD
EASL LiverTree™, Pavel Trunecka, 226729
Elafibranor and nitazoxanide synergize to reduce fibrosis in a NASH model
EASL LiverTree™, Robert Walczak, 226730
The influence of tumour necrosis factor on early fibrogenesis in a diet-induced NAFLD mouse model - a histological description
EASL LiverTree™, Christine Yee, 226731
Autoimmunity and NAFLD: Clinical Characteristics and Long-Term Outcomes of Patients with Antinuclear Antibody Positivity. A Longitudinal Multicentric European Study.
EASL LiverTree™, Ramy Younes, 226732
Consensus Statement IV: When do we need pharmacological interventions? What are the treatment objectives?
EASL LiverTree™, Session Speakers, 231719
Assessing cost effectiveness of pharmacotherapy - how will it work in NAFLD?
EASL LiverTree™, Martin Harker, 227285
Sequential or combination therapy - what challenges does this pose?
EASL LiverTree™, Aditi Saxena, 227284
Licensing end-points - update from AASLD/EASL end-points meeting 2018
EASL LiverTree™, Arun Sanyal, 227283
Anti-fibrotic agents
EASL LiverTree™, Fabio Marra, 227274
Mechanisms and pathways of hepatocyte cell-death in steatohepatitis
EASL LiverTree™, Jérémie Gautheron, 227273

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