Hypertension has been linked to the presence and severity of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) through unclear mechanisms. The gain-of-function rs5186 A1166C variant in angtiotensin receptor type 1 (AGTR1) gene has been linked to hypertension, cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome. We assessed the impact of AGTR1 A1166C variant on NAFLD incidence and severity and on glucose and lipid metabolism and explored the underlying mechanisms.

Angiotensin II Type 1 Receptor rs5186 Gene Variant Predicts Incident NAFLD and Associated Hypertension: Role of Dietary Fat-Induced Pro-Inflammatory Cell Activation

Musso, Giovanni;Saba, Francesca;Cassader, Maurizio;De Michieli, Franco;Pinach, Silvia;Berrutti, Mara;Zarovska, Adriana;Gambino, Roberto
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Hypertension has been linked to the presence and severity of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) through unclear mechanisms. The gain-of-function rs5186 A1166C variant in angtiotensin receptor type 1 (AGTR1) gene has been linked to hypertension, cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome. We assessed the impact of AGTR1 A1166C variant on NAFLD incidence and severity and on glucose and lipid metabolism and explored the underlying mechanisms.
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Musso, Giovanni; Saba, Francesca; Cassader, Maurizio; Paschetta, Elena; De Michieli, Franco; Pinach, Silvia; Framarin, Luciana; Berrutti, Mara; Leone, Nicola; Parente, Renato; Ayoubi Khajekini, Mohammad Taghi; Zarovska, Adriana; Gambino, Roberto
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