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  • Hepatitis C virus targets the T cell secretory machinery as a mechanism of immune evasion. 

    Long, Aideen; Petrovic, Danijela; Stamataki, Zania; Dempsey, Eugene; Golden-Mason, Lucy; Freeley, Michael; Doherty, Derek; Prichard, David; Keogh, Catherine; Conroy, Jennifer; Mitchell, Siobhan; Volkov, Yuri; McKeating, Jane A.; O'Farrelly, Cliona; Kelleher, Dermot (2011)
    T cell activation and the resultant production of interleukin (IL-2) is a central response of the adaptive immune system to pathogens, such as hepatitis C virus (HCV). HCV uses sev- eral mechanisms to evade both the ...
  • The role of chemokines in acute and chronic hepatitis C infection. 

    Hepatitis C imposes a significant burden on global healthcare. Chronic infection is associated with progressive inflammation of the liver which typically manifests in cirrhosis, organ failure and cancer. By virtue of ...