Alcohol Research: Current Reviews – Volume 38, No. 2
Edited by Patricia Molina, M.D., Ph.D., Steve Nelson, M.D., and Antonio Noronha, Ph.D.
This issue of Alcohol Research: Current Reviewsexamines how alcohol use affects various organs in the body. Articles explore the mechanisms involved in alcohol-related injury as well as potential therapies. The articles in this issue review the significant advances that have been made toward elucidating how alcohol affects organ systems and contributes to organ-related pathology, as well as exploring current gaps in our knowledge.
Alcoholic Liver Disease: Pathogenesis and Current Management [PDF]
Natalia A. Osna, Ph.D.; Terrence M. Donohue, Jr., Ph.D.; and Kusum K. Kharbanda, Ph.D.
Alcohol and Gut-Derived Inflammation[PDF]
Faraz Bishehsari, M.D., Ph.D.; Emmeline Magno, M.D.; Garth Swanson, M.D.; Vishal Desai, M.D.; Robin M. Voigt, Ph.D.; Christopher B. Forsyth, Ph.D.; and Ali Keshavarzian, M.D.
Uniting Epidemiology and Experimental Disease Models for Alcohol-Related Pancreatic Disease [PDF]
Veronica Wendy Setiawan, Ph.D.; Kristine Monroe, Ph.D.; Aurelia Lugea, Ph.D.; Dhiraj Yadav, M.D., M.P.H.; and Stephen Pandol, M.D.
Alcohol’s Effects on the Brain: Neuroimaging Results in Humans and Animal Models[PDF]
Natalie M. Zahr, Ph.D., and Adolf Pfefferbaum, M.D.
Alcoholic Myopathy: Pathophysiologic Mechanisms and Clinical Implications [PDF]
Liz Simon, M.V.Sc., Ph.D.; Sarah E. Jolley, M.D., M.Sc.; and Patricia E. Molina, M.D., Ph.D.
Pathophysiology of the Effects of Alcohol Abuse on the Endocrine System[PDF]
Nadia Rachdaoui, Ph.D., and Dipak K. Sarkar, Ph.D., D.Phil.
Focus On: Alcohol and Puberty: Mechanisms of Delayed Development[PDF]
William L. Dees, Ph.D.; Jill K. Hiney, Ph.D.; and Vinod K. Srivastava, Ph.D.
Alcohol Misuse and Kidney Injury: Epidemiological Evidence and Potential Mechanisms [PDF]
Zoltan V. Varga, M.D., Ph.D.; Csaba Matyas, M.D.; Janos Paloczi, Ph.D.; and Pal Pacher, M.D., Ph.D.
Development, Prevention, and Treatment of Alcohol-Induced Organ Injury: The Role of Nutrition[PDF]
Shirish Barve, Ph.D.; Shao-Yu Chen, Ph.D.; Irina Kirpich, Ph.D.; Walter H. Watson, Ph.D.; and Craig McClain, M.D.