Hepatitis: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition
ScholarlyEditions, Jan 9, 2012 - Medical - 221 pages
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Formation and function of hepatitis C virus replication complexes require residues in the carboxyterminal domain of NS4B protein
Labelfree impedimetric sensor for a ribonucleic acid oligomer specific to hepatitis C virus at a selfassembled monolayercovered electrode
Reports outline hepatitis B virus study results from M Gauthier et al
Differential Impact of Immune Escape Mutations G145R and P120T on the Replication of LamivudineResistant Hepatitis B Virus e AntigenPositive a...
Hepatitis C virus core protein and cellular protein HAX1 promote 5fluorouracilmediated hepatocyte growth inhibition
Hepatitis C virus RNA replication is regulated by RasErk signalling
Alternative approaches to antiviral treatments focusing on glycosylation as a target for antiviral therapy
Identification and characterization of broadly neutralizing human monoclonal antibodies directed against the E2 envelope glycoprotein of hepatitis C...
Global control of hepatitis B virus does treatmentinduced antigenic change affect immunization?
A phylogenetic and Markov model approach for the reconstruction of mutational pathways of drug resistance
Potential role for interleukin28B genotype in treatment decisionmaking in recent hepatitis C virus infection
The evolutionary dynamics of a rapidly mutating virus within and between hosts the case of hepatitis C virus
Fulllength characterization of hepatitis C virus subtype 3a reveals novel hypervariable regions under positive selection during acute infection
Augmented humoral and cellular immune response of hepatitis B virus DNA vaccine by microneedle vaccination using Flt3L as an adjuvant
Selection of reference genes for quantitative realtime reverse transcriptionpolymerase chain reaction in concanavalin Ainduced hepatitis model
Preventive effects of 125OH2VD3 against ConAinduced mouse hepatitis through promoting vitamin D receptor gene expression
Studies from A Chary and colleagues yield new information about antiretrovirals
Studies from ME Halloran and colleagues yield new information about viral vaccines
Studies from VL Carneiro et al provide new data on hepatitis
Mouse hepatitis virus stemloop 2 adopts a uYNMGUalike tetraloop structure that is highly functionally tolerant of base substitutions
Tolllike receptor activated human and murine hepatic stellate cells are potent regulators of hepatitis C virus replication
Impact of hepatitis B virus surface protein mutations on the diagnosis of occult hepatitis B virus infection
Role of RNA structures in genome terminal sequences of the hepatitis C virus for replication and assembly
Cloning of a Fusion Gene Containing hGMCSF gene and gene Encoding L Protein of HBV and Expression in Pichia Pastoris
The Cterminal alphahelix domain of apolipoprotein E is required for interaction with nonstructural protein 5A and assembly of hepatitis C virus
Conflicting selection pressures target the NS3 protein in hepatitis C virus genotypes 1a and 1b
cJun mediates hepatitis C virus hepatocarcinogenesis through signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 and nitric oxidedependent impairment...
Natural epitope variants of the hepatitis C virus impair cytotoxic T lymphocyte activity
Genetic diversity of hepatitis C virus predicts recurrent disease after liver transplantation
Biological significance of amino acid substitutions in hepatitis B surface antigen HBsAg for glycosylation secretion antigenicity and immunogenicity ...
A microarray analysis of early activated pathways in concanavalin Ainduced hepatitis
Genes related to the very early stage of ConAinduced fulminant hepatitis a genechipbased study in a mouse model
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