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GSE154055: Digital Gene Expression profiles analysis of patients with HCV-related hepatic fibrosis

Bulk RNA sequencing

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is an important etiology of chronic liver disease. Multiple possible molecular mechanisms were involved in the progression of liver fibrosis in chronically HCV-infected patients. Therefore, the further revealing novel genes for regulating liver fibrosis might provide evidence for gene diagnosis and molecular-targeted therapy. In this study, we examined the differentially expressed mRNA in plasma samples from the healthy control and patients with HCV-related liver fibrosis, in order to explore the potential predicted and therapeutic target for the development of HCV-related liver fibrosis. SOURCE: Na Fu The Third Hospital of Hebei Medical University

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