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Concept Hepatitis B e Antigens
Concept Hepatitis B
Concept Hepatitis B Surface Antigens
Concept Hepatitis C, Chronic
Concept Hepatitis B virus
Concept Hepatitis B Core Antigens
Concept Hepatitis C Antibodies
Concept Hepatitis B, Chronic
Academic Article Real-world application of the roadmap model in chronic hepatitis B patients with telbivudine therapy.
Academic Article Reduced toll-like receptor 9 expression on peripheral CD14+ monocytes of chronic hepatitis B patients and its restoration by effective therapy.
Academic Article Hepatitis C virus core protein modulates TRAIL-mediated apoptosis by enhancing Bid cleavage and activation of mitochondria apoptosis signaling pathway.
Academic Article Rather than interleukin-27, interleukin-6 expresses positive correlation with liver severity in na?ve hepatitis B infection patients.
Academic Article Reduced Toll-like receptor 3 expression in chronic hepatitis B patients and its restoration by interferon therapy.
Academic Article Hepatitis B virus core antigen determines viral persistence in a C57BL/6 mouse model.
Academic Article Immunocompetent nontransgenic mouse models for studying hepatitis B virus immune responses.
Academic Article Anti-SSB/La antibody is negatively associated with HLA-DR2 in chronic hepatitis C infection.
Academic Article Tumor necrosis factor-alpha induced by hepatitis B virus core mediating the immune response for hepatitis B viral clearance in mice model.
Academic Article PD-1 blockage reverses immune dysfunction and hepatitis B viral persistence in a mouse animal model.
Academic Article Increased PD-1 and decreased CD28 expression in chronic hepatitis B patients with advanced hepatocellular carcinoma.
Academic Article Development of hepatocellular carcinoma after successful management of esophageal variceal bleeding.

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