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T Cell Therapy Controls Hep B Infection in Mice

News   Jun 14, 2019 | Original story by the German Research Center for Environmental Health

 
Checkmate for Hepatitis B in the Liver

The image shows in a HBV-specific T cell (green) attacking a target cell, in which viral proteins are produced (red) and HBV negative cells (blue). © Helmholtz Zentrum München / Jochen Wettengel

 
 
 

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