Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD, which includes steatosis and its progression to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, is a liver disorder of increasing clinical significance. Here we characterize a murine model of high fat diet-induced NAFLD with progression from liver steatosis to histological features compatible with steatohepatitis and more advanced stages of NAFLD in humans, including chronic portal inflammation, pericellular and bridging fibrosis, Mallory body formation, and bile ductular reaction. Chronic changes induced by the prolonged consumption of a high-fat diet alone culminate in the development of primary liver dysplasias. Importantly, we extend these studies to demonstrate that even the early stages of uncomplicated steatosis provide a permissive microenvironment for the growth of colon cancer cells that are metastatic to the liver. High fat diet-induced steatosis, coupled with a splenic injection model of experimental liver metastasis using syngeneic MC38 colon cancer cells, resulted in an increased number of secondary tumor nodules and metastatic burden in steatotic livers. Metastatic nodules were associated with focal peritumoral areas of infiltrating inflammatory cells and associated apoptotic cell populations. These results suggest that the modulation of specific host factors in the steatotic liver contributes to tumor progression in the microenvironment of NAFLD.
McCord JM Iron, free radicals, and oxidative injury. The ability of curcumin to inhibit hepatic steatosis portrayed its potential as effective dietry intervention for NAFLD prevention. Inflammation and cancer.
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Hepatic steatosis is the most common phenomenon of lipid metabolism disorder in farmed fish, but its molecular mechanism is poorly understood. Therefore, the present study was aimed to investigate hepatic steatosis induced by high-fat diet HFD and explore underlying mechanism in tilapia. The fish were fed on control diet or HFD for 90 days. The blood and liver tissues were collected to determine biochemical parameter, gene expression and protein level after 30, 60, and 90 days, and analyzed lipid accumulation, endoplasmic reticulum ER stress and autophagy. Further, with increasing lipid accumulation, ER stress was induced, which worsened hepatic steatosis via activating IRE1 signaling pathway in liver of HFD group after 90 days. Our results demonstrated that HFD feeding induced extensive lipid deposition, promoted ER stress, suppressed autophagy in tilapia liver. Interestingly, these pathological features were positively correlated with the duration of HFD feeding. Steatosis is the most common phenomenon of lipid metabolism disorder in liver of cultured fish, which results in reduction of growth, feed utilization rate, immunity, stress tolerance, etc. Dai et al. Various predisposing factors for hepatic steatosis have been reported, such as nutritional imbalance, environmental stress and physiological dysfunction Du, Among them, excessive lipid intake is a primary factor in the majority of cultured fish Cao et al.