Peer-Reviewed Scientific Articles

Peer-Reviewed Scientific Articles

Below are peer-reviewed scientific articles, published in medical journals, that resulted from the QLFT Study of the HALT-C Trial and demonstrate the potential of research prototypes of HepQuant tests.

 

Title

Publication / Date / Authority

 Functional Elements Associated With Hepatic Regeneration in Living Donors After Right Hepatic Lobectomy  LIVER TRANSPLANTATION / 19:292–304, 2013/ American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.
Quantitative Liver Function Tests Improve the Prediction of Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Hepatitis C: Results From the Hepatitis C Antiviral Long-term Treatment Against Cirrhosis Trial  HEPATOLOGY, April 2012
 Portal-systemic Shunting in Patients with Fibrosis or Cirrhosis due to Chronic Hepatitis C: the Minimal Model for Measuring Cholate Clearances and Shunt.  Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics / 2007 The Authors, Aliment Pharmacol Ther 26, 401–410 /  Journal compilation / 2007 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
 The Spectrum of Hepatic Functional Impairment in Compensated Chronic Hepatitis C: Results from the HALT-C Trial  Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics / 2008 The Authors / Journal compilation 2008 / Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  Quantitative Tests of Liver Function Measure Hepatic Improvement after Sustained Virologic Response: Results from the HALT-C Trial  Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics / 2009 The Authors / Journal compilation 2009 / Blackwell Publishing Ltd.