In cirrhosis, a decrease in hepatic venous pressure gradient (HVPG) > 10% after acute iv propranolol (HVPG response) is associated with a lower risk of decompensation and death. Only a part of patients are HVPG responders and there are no accurate non‐invasive markers to identify them. We aimed at discovering metabolomic biomarkers of HVPG responders to propranolol.
Geospatial patterns in the distribution of regional biodiversity reflect the composite processes that underpin evolution: speciation, dispersal and extinction. The spatial distribution and phylogeny of a globally widespread and species rich bird family (Rallidae) were used to help assess the role of large‐scale biogeographical processes in diversity and diversification. Here, we examine how different...
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