HBV-Specific Adaptive Immunity
AbstractThe successful control of HBV infection requires an efficient expansion of distinct elements of the adaptive immune system (B cells, helper and cytotoxic T cells) that, due to the hepatotropic nature of HBV, need to operate in the liver parenchyma. In this respect, we will discuss broad features of HBV immunity in patients with resolved or chronic HBV infection and analyze how the liver environment can directly modulate HBV-immunity. View Full-Text
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Bertoletti, A.; Tan, A.T.; Gehring, A.J. HBV-Specific Adaptive Immunity. Viruses 2009, 1, 91-103.
Bertoletti A, Tan AT, Gehring AJ. HBV-Specific Adaptive Immunity. Viruses. 2009; 1(2):91-103.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bertoletti, Antonio; Tan, Anthony T.; Gehring, Adam J. 2009. "HBV-Specific Adaptive Immunity." Viruses 1, no. 2: 91-103.