Association of Hepassocin Level with Fatty Liver in Patients with Stableangina

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Dr. Sundus Khalid, Nasir Aziz Khan, Zoya Abbas Qadri, Dr. Asif Khan, Saleema Bibi, Dr. Jameel Ahmed Kamboh

Abstract

Background: Coronary Artery disease is directly associated with Chronic Kidney disease. Hepassocin is a novel hepatokine that causes hepatic steatosis. It induces insulin resistance. The role of hepassocin in renal function status remains unclear. Our concern is to checkout relationship of Heppassocin level in Angina patients.


Methods: Following methods are applied: Enzyme-linked immuno absorbent assays, estimated glomerular filtration rate, ultrasonography and fibrosis-4 (FIB-4) index.


Results: Increased hepassocin levels elevates the level of fat, and lot of other health related issues. In an analysis, eGRF is seen having inverse relation with hepassocin levels.


Conclusion: The study revels direct relationship of hepassocin with fatty liver and kidney diseases.

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Dr. Sundus Khalid, Nasir Aziz Khan, Zoya Abbas Qadri, Dr. Asif Khan, Saleema Bibi, Dr. Jameel Ahmed Kamboh. (2022). Association of Hepassocin Level with Fatty Liver in Patients with Stableangina. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 26(01), 2774–2783. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/11248
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