The German liver foundation also commended the 2019 award for a revolutionary hepatotronics publication and received a number of excellent applications and proposals for the award-winning publication. The prize was awarded by the examiner, prof. Dr. Honey. Dr. Hartmut Schmidt, Münster, prof. Herbert Tilg, Innsbruck and prof. Dr. Honey. Christian Trautwein, Aachen.
After careful consideration and discussion of all submissions and suggestions, reviewers decided to award the German Liver Lifelong Foundation Award "Nuclear translocation of RELB increased in human liver disease and promoted structural response and bilious fibrosis in mice," published in Gastroenterology (November 2018) 2019 for differentiation. A € 7.500.00 cash award was given by Dr. Ing. Bruno Christian Köhler of the Heidelberg University Hospital.
"And this year there were many very good publications that were submitted for the German liver donation, all of which show a high level and reflect high-level research results, so the choice was tough, and in the end, we decided for a very solid translation The authors show a convincing foundation in which they draw a curve from a patient to an animal model, showing a variety of human liver diseases that certain pro-inflammatory molecules such as lymphotoxin-beta and RELB are more pronounced in the cholangiocytes. liver during the formation of fibrosis, or the presence of reactive bile ducts. As a result, they could prove in experiments on mice animals that RELB is relevant in the development of billiary fibrosis, "explains Professor Herbert Tilg's board decision.
The award was awarded on June 29, 2019 to the 16th HepNet Symposium Prof. Dr. Honey. Elke Roeb for the Steering Board and prof. Dr. Honey. Christian Trautwein for the Review Board. The cash prize was awarded by Norgine GmbH.
"The German Foundation for Liver Lifelong is of central importance for hepatological research, which is of utmost importance for career motivation, not just financial support, but it is also important to reward its own scientific work, which is consistent with it. which Deutsche Leberstiftung publishes this publication award. "Herbert Tilg, one of the reviewers, is the importance of the award.
Publication: Elsner C, Goeppert B, Longerich T, Scherr AL, Stindt J, Nanduri LK, Rupp C, Kather JN, Schmitt N, Kautz N, Breuhah K, Ismail L, Heide D, Hetzer J, García-Beccaria M, Hövelmeyer N, Waisman A, Urbanik T, Mueller S, Gdynia G, Banales JM, Roessler S, Schirmacher P, Jager D, Schölch S, Keitel V, Heikenwalder M, Schulze-Bergkamen H, Köhler BC. Nuclear translocation of RELB has been elevated in human liver disease and promotes ductal reaction and bilious fibrosis in mice. Gastroenterology. 2019 Mar; 156 (4): 1190-1205. doi: 10.1053 / j.gastro.2018.11.018. Epub 2018 Nov 13.
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