Table of Contents

Cholestasis.
Portal hypertension.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Alcoholic liver disease.
Viral hepatitis A.
Viral hepatitis B.
Viral hepatitis C.
Viral hepatitis D.
Viral hepatitis E.
Autoimmune hepatitis.
Toxicant-induced liver injury.
Wilson's disease.
Hemochromatosis.
Glycogen storage diseases.
X1-antitrypsin deficiency.
Hepatic artery diseases.
Hepatic venous outflow obstruction.
Primary biliary cirrhosis.
Primary sclerosing cholangitis.
Biliary atresia.
Benign liver tumors.
Hepatoblastoma.
Hepatocyte growth, proliferation and experimental carcinogenesis.
Stem cells and liver cancer.
Primary hepatocellular carcinoma.
Fibrolamellular hepatocellular carcinoma.
Biology of metastatic liver tumors.
Cholangiocarcinoma.
Neoplasms of extrahepatic bile ducts.
Neoplasms of the gallbladder.
Current and future methods for diagnosis of neoplastic liver disease. Gross and cellular anatomy of the liver.
Liver zonation.
Hepatocytes.
Biliary epithelial cells.
Stellate cells.
Kupffer cells.
Sinusoidal endothelial cells.
Hepatic carbohydrate metabolism.
Hepatic protein metabolism.
Hepatic lipid metabolism.
Detoxification functions of the liver.
Bile acid metabolism.
Liver development.
Transcriptional control of hepatocyte differentiation.
Bile duct development and biliary differentiation.
Hepatic progenitors in development and transplantation.
Adult liver stem cells.
Liver regeneration.
Senescent liver.
Signaling pathways in the liver.
Hepatocyte transplantation.
Hepatic tissue engineering.
Hepatic gene therapy.
Liver cell death.
Macroautophagy.
Hepatic ischemia/reperfusion injury.
Inflammation and liver injury.
Oxidative stress and liver injury.
Fatty liver.
Hepatic fibrosis and cirrhosis.
Biliary cirrhosis. Cellular and Molecular Pathology of the Liver is extensive, complex and ranges from the understanding the basic molecular mechanisms that dictate everything from liver homeostasis to liver disease. Molecular Pathology of the liver is complicated due to some of the important functions inherent and unique to the Liver, including its innate ability to regenerate and the multitude of functions it plays for the wellbeing of an organism. With all this in mind, Molecular Pathology of Liver Diseases is organized in different sections, which will coherently and cohesively present the molecular basis of.