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Time: December 29, 2017


Journal of Clinical and Translational Hepatology


Most Cited Paper of 2017 Award

This is awarded to authors of the most cited papers published in Journal of Clinical and Translational Hepatology in the past two years. Citations of papers are based on Google Scholar.

Congratulations to:

Eric Yoon, Arooj Babar, Moaz Choudhary, Matthew Kutner and
Nikolaos Pyrsopoulos

For the paper

Acetaminophen-induced hepatotoxicity: a comprehensive update

 

Tina Pakala, Marco Molina and George Y. Wu

For the paper

Hepatic echinococcal cysts: a review

 

Dominik Kralj, Lucija Virovi? Juki?, Sanja Stojsavljevi?, Marko Duvnjak,
Martina Smoli? and Ines Bili? ?ur?i?

For the paper

Hepatitis C virus, insulin resistance, and steatosis

 

Caglar Cosarderelioglu, Arif M. Cosar, Merve Gurakar, Nabil N. Dagher and Ahmet Gurakar

For the paper

Hepatopulmonary syndrome and liver transplantation: a recent review of the literature

 

Behnam Saberi, Alia S. Dadabhai, Yoon-Young Jang, Ahmet Gurakar and
Esteban Mezey

For the paper

Current management of alcoholic hepatitis and future therapies

 

Marianna G. Mavilia, Marco Molina and George Y. Wu

For the paper

The evolving nature of hepatic abscess: a review

 

Shaina M. Lynch and George Y. Wu

For the paper

Hepatitis C virus: a review of treatment guidelines, cost-effectiveness, and access to therapy

 

 

Juanjuan Gu, Min Yao, Dengbing Yao, Li Wang, Xuli Yang and
Dengfu Yao

For the paper

Nonalcoholic lipid accumulation and hepatocyte malignant transformation

 

Oluwatobi O. Ozoya, Lubomir Sokol and Samir Dalia

For the paper

Hepatitis B reactivation with novel agents in non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and prevention strategies

 

Habeeb Salameh, Muhannad Al Hanayneh, Maen Masadeh, Mohammed Naseemuddin, Tasnia Matin, Angelika Erwin and Ashwani K. Singal

For the paper

PNPLA3 as a genetic determinant of risk for and severity of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease spectrum