Published in Hepatitis Weekly, May 26th, 1997
"These animals not only shed light on the pathogenic potential of these viral proteins, they also represent an initial step towards the development of a small animal model of HCV immunopathology," researcher Claudio Pasquinelli and colleagues wrote ("Hepatitis C Virus Core and E2 Protein Expression in Transgenic Mice," Hepatology, March 1997;25(3):719-727).
HCV core protein is a highly basic protein that is well conserved among different HCV isolates....
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