Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, February 22nd, 2001
HCV, because of its many genotypes and propensity for mutation, is not easily analyzed in the laboratory or in animal models. Consequently, those who study this virus have not been able to define the nature of the host-virus relationship.
"To obtain a more objective insight into [these] inter-relationships, we used suppression-subtractive hybridization to compare gene expression in HCV-infected and non-HCV-infected liver tissue samples," said Rene...
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