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Because it doesn't infect the mouse, the animal most widely used in biomedical research, hepatitis B virus has been a difficult infectious agent to study.
attached the major surface antigen of the hepatitis B virus to adenoviruses, which normally infect human lungs but can also grow in the gut.
Of the 2 billion people who have been infected with the hepatitis B virus (HBV), more than 350 million have chronic (lifelong) infections.
Hepatitis B virus is transmitted through the blood and can be easily passed from the mother's blood to the fetus.
SeraCare also announced that its ACCURUN 345, which includes HIV-1 RNA, Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) RNA, and Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) DNA in a single control, and its ACCURUN 803, the corresponding negative control, have received FDA 510(k) clearance.
Hepatitis B is most commonly caused by the Hepatitis B virus, which, according to Datamonitor, has infected over 2 billion people around the world.
A mysterious particle that piggybacks onto the hepatitis B virus has been characterized, and the hepatitis B virus itself has now been grown in the laboratory.
Nucleonics is initially directing its technology to the development of eiRNA therapeutics for Hepatitis B virus and Hepatitis C virus infections.
There, Moss and colleagues have shown that chimpanzees inoculated with vaccinia containing the hepatitis B gene are no longer susceptible to infection by hepatitis B virus.
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