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    Title: Clinical features of aflatoxin B1-exposed patients with liver cancer and the molecular mechanism of aflatoxin B1 on liver cancer cells
    Authors: Rui Zhou, Meizhen Liu, Xiaoliu Liang, Min Su, Rong Li
    Please cite this article as: Zhou R, Liu M, Liang X, Su M, Li R, Clinical features of aflatoxin B1-exposed Angeli’s Salt patients with liver cancer and the molecular mechanism of aflatoxin B1 on liver cancer cells, Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology (2019), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.etap.2019.103225
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    Clinical features of aflatoxin B1-exposed patients with liver cancer and the
    molecular mechanism of aflatoxin B1 on liver cancer cells
    a Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Guigang City People's Hospital, The Eighth Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University, Guigang 537100, Guangxi, PR
    China;
    b College of Pharmacy, Guangxi Medical University, Guangxi, Nanning 530021, PR China;
    c Key Laboratory of Tumour Immunology and Microenvironmental Regulation, Guilin Medical University, Guangxi, Guilin 541004, PR China;
    1These authors share senior authorship
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    Highlights
    · Increased AFB1 contents were found in blood and liver samples of HCC patients.
    · AKR7A was decreased in AFB1-exposed HCC patients.