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Specific Alterations of Carbohydrate Metabolism Are Associated With Hepatocarcinogenesis in Mitochondrially Impaired Mice

Friedreich's ataxia is an inherited neurodegenerative disease caused by the reduced expression of the mitochondrially active protein frataxin. We have previously shown that mice with a hepatocyte-specific frataxin knockout (AlbFxn(-/-)) develop multiple hepatic tumors in later life. In the present study, hepatic carbohydrate metabolism in AlbFxn(-/-) mice at an early and late life stage was analyzed.

Specific Alterations of Carbohydrate Metabolism Are Associated With Hepatocarcinogenesis in Mitochondrially Impaired Mice

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