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Peng Zhang, Sheng Wang, Liang Wang, Bing Chen Shan, Hui Zhang, Fan Yang, Zhi Qiang Zhou, Xiao Wang, Ye Yuan and You Jia Xu

Introduction Hepcidin is a small peptide hormone that is synthesized and secreted by the liver and regulates iron metabolism ( Zhao et al . 2013 ). Hepcidin acts by binding to the ferroportin iron exporter, which triggers its internalization

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Edward T Bagu and Manuela M Santos

Introduction The concentration of iron in the body is regulated by an antimicrobial peptide hormone, hepcidin, which is encoded by the HAMP gene that is expressed mainly in the liver by hepatocytes ( Roetto et al . 2003 , Pietrangelo 2006

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Matthew L Rise, Susan E Douglas, Dionne Sakhrani, Jason Williams, K Vanya Ewart, Marlies Rise, William S Davidson, Ben F Koop and Robert H Devlin

-TACTTCTGGGC-3′; iron–sulfur cluster assembly U2 (ISCU2), 5′-AGCTTCATCACATCTCCACAAGC-3′, 5′-CAAGAAGGTAGTGGACCACTATGAGAA-3′; hepci-din antibacterial peptide, 5′-GTTGGAAGCTTTGA CAGTCCAGTT-3′, 5′-AGAAGCCACAGCCAATGTTGT-3′; phosphogluconate dehydrogenase, 5′-CACCGTGG

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Michel Crépin, Pascal Pigny, Fabienne Escande, Catherine Cardot Bauters, Alain Calender, Sylvain Lefevre, Marie-Pierre Buisine, Nicole Porchet and Marie-Françoise Odou

, Belloli S, Ruggeri G, Zanella I, Gerardi G, Corrado M, Gobbi E, Albertini A & Arosio P 2003 Identification of new mutations of the HFE , Hepcidin, and Transferrin Receptor 2 genes by denaturing HPLC analysis of individuals with biochemical indications

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Xin Jiang, Heyang Wang, Wencai Shi, Zhilei Shen, Hui Shen and Min Li

Westerman M Nemeth E Rambeau M Mazur A Gerbaud L Tournilhac V 2009 Iron absorption in dysmetabolic iron overload syndrome is decreased and correlates with increased plasma hepcidin . Journal of Hepatology 50 1219 – 1225 . ( doi:10

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Colin R Jefcoate and Jinwoo Lee

retinol deficiency coordinately suppress mouse liver lipogenic genes and hepcidin expression during post-natal development . Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 454 50 – 68 . ( https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mce.2017.05.037 ) 10.1016/j.mce.2017