Gaz composed by nitrogen and hydrogen.
Biologic molecule from immune system.
Complication of cirrhosis.
From greek 'a-' (privative) and 'sterixis' (fixed position).
Nervous system glial cells.
Bile-duct ligation is a surgery causing the destruction of the liver.
Cellular barrier demarking bloodstream and brain tissue.
Living unit of an organism.
Cerebral edema is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the cerebral tissue.
Surgical technique to sample cerebrospinal fluid from alive animal.
Advanced stage of liver disease.
Veins naturally created to get a blood pressure diminution.
Immunological technique to detect a biological substance.
Enzyme detoxifying ammonia.
Complex neuropsychiatric syndrome due to liver disease characterized by changes in the state of consciousness and behavior, changes in personality, neurological signs
Chromatographic technique used to analysis complex samples.
Immunological technique for localisation of cellular or molecular structures in a tissue or cells.
Immunoassay technique to detect a change or molecular interaction of a specific protein.
A cirrhosis complication.
Portocaval anastomosis is a surgical procedure by which systematic circulation is diverted from the liver
Technique to detect and quantify mRNA.
An amino acid, the structual unit of protein.
Biochemical reactions for urea excretion.
Immunological technique used to detect a protein.