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Silymarin Ameliorates Metabolic Dysfunction Associated with Diet-Induced Obesity via Activation of Farnesyl X Receptor.

Journal Title: Frontiers in pharmacology 2016, Vol.7, p.345
Main Author: Gu, Ming
Other Authors: Zhao, Ping , Huang, Jinwen , Zhao, Yuanyuan , Wang, Yahui , Li, Yin , Li, Yifei , Fan, Shengjie , Ma, Yue-Ming , Tong, Qingchun , Yang, Li , Ji, Guang , Huang, Cheng
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title: Silymarin Ameliorates Metabolic Dysfunction Associated with Diet-Induced Obesity via Activation of Farnesyl X Receptor.
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  • Gu, Ming
  • Zhao, Ping
  • Huang, Jinwen
  • Zhao, Yuanyuan
  • Wang, Yahui
  • Li, Yin
  • Li, Yifei
  • Fan, Shengjie
  • Ma, Yue-Ming
  • Tong, Qingchun
  • Yang, Li
  • Ji, Guang
  • Huang, Cheng
subjects:
  • Farnesyl X Receptor
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  • Silybin
  • Silymarin
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