Interaction between macrophages, hepatocytes and hepatitis B virus : from reprogramming of macrophages phenotypes towards establishment and maintenance of the infection

@inproceedings{FaureDupuy2018InteractionBM,
  title={Interaction between macrophages, hepatocytes and hepatitis B virus : from reprogramming of macrophages phenotypes towards establishment and maintenance of the infection},
  author={Suzanne Faure-Dupuy},
  year={2018}
}
Hepatitis B virus (HBV) chronically infects over 250 million people worldwide. Several treatments can be used to prevent the formation of de novo particles. However, they do not allow the total eradication of the infection. Therefore, it is necessary to develop new therapeutic strategies, including immune-therapeutic ones, which would be more likely to lead to an immunological control of HBV infections. We have recently shown that IL-1s is the most effective antiviral cytokine against the… CONTINUE READING

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