MCID: HPD002
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Hepadnavirus Infection malady

Summaries for Hepadnavirus Infection

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MalaCards: Hepadnavirus Infection is related to hepatitis b and hepatitis c. An important gene associated with Hepadnavirus Infection is TP53 (tumor protein p53). Affiliated tissues include liver, t cells and b cells.

Aliases & Classifications for Hepadnavirus Infection

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Related Diseases for Hepadnavirus Infection

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Diseases related to Hepadnavirus Infection via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1hepatitis b30.1UAP1
2hepatitis c10.4
3hepatitis a10.3
4hepatitis c virus10.3
5hepatitis d10.1
6viral hepatitis10.1
7cholangiocarcinoma10.0TP53

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Diseases related to hepadnavirus infection

Clinical Features for Hepadnavirus Infection

Drugs & Therapeutics for Hepadnavirus Infection

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Genetic Tests for Hepadnavirus Infection

Anatomical Context for Hepadnavirus Infection

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Hepadnavirus Infection:

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Liver, T cells, B cells

Animal Models for Hepadnavirus Infection or affiliated genes

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Publications for Hepadnavirus Infection

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Articles related to Hepadnavirus Infection:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Primary occult hepadnavirus infection induces virus-specific T-cell and aberrant cytokine responses in the absence of antiviral antibody reactivity in the Woodchuck model of hepatitis B virus infection. (19193791)
2009
2
Immune selection during chronic hepadnavirus infection. (19669275)
2008
3
Rapid production of neutralizing antibody leads to transient hepadnavirus infection. (14722274)
2004
4
Analysis of host range phenotypes of primate hepadnaviruses by in vitro infections of hepatitis D virus pseudotypes. (15113905)
2004
5
Frequency of spontaneous mutations in an avian hepadnavirus infection. (11559794)
2001
6
Woodchuck hepatocytes remain permissive for hepadnavirus infection and mouse liver repopulation after cryopreservation. (11584382)
2001
7
Hepadnavirus infection in captive gibbons. (10684318)
2000
8
Antisense oligonucleotide therapy of hepadnavirus infection. (10565037)
2000
9
Maternally transferred antibodies from DNA-immunized avians protect offspring against hepadnavirus infection. (10775634)
2000
10
Low dynamic state of viral competition in a chronic avian hepadnavirus infection. (10799602)
2000
11
Mouse genetics at work: a new model of chronic hepadnavirus infection. (9657123)
1998
12
Treatment of chronic hepadnavirus infection in a woodchuck animal model with an inhibitor of protein folding and trafficking. (9585237)
1998
13
Liver repopulation with xenogenic hepatocytes in B and T cell-deficient mice leads to chronic hepadnavirus infection and clonal growth of hepatocellular carcinoma. (9419372)
1998
14
Heterogeneous response for a mammalian hepadnavirus infection to acyclovir: drug-arrested intermediates of minus-strand viral DNA synthesis are enveloped and secreted from infected cells as virion-like particles. (8986943)
1997
15
Absence of mutations in the p53 tumor suppressor gene in woodchuck hepatocellular carcinomas associated with hepadnavirus infection and intake of aflatoxin B1. (9006107)
1996
16
Therapy of hepadnavirus infection using antisense oligonucleotides. (8666519)
1995
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Hepadnavirus infection requires interaction between the viral pre-S domain and a specific hepatocellular receptor. (8230462)
1993
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A preliminary report of a controlled study of thymosin alpha-1 in the woodchuck model of hepadnavirus infection. (1514437)
1992
19
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of hepatocarcinogenesis associated with hepadnavirus infection. (1893774)
1991
20
Alpha-fetoprotein in the woodchuck model of hepadnavirus infection and disease: immunochemical analysis of woodchuck alpha-fetoprotein and measurement in serum by quantitative monoclonal radioimmunoassay. (1693355)
1990
21
Alpha-fetoprotein in the woodchuck model of hepadnavirus infection and disease: normal physiological patterns and responses to woodchuck hepatitis virus infection and hepatocellular carcinoma. (1701355)
1990
22
X antigen/antibody markers in hepadnavirus infections. Presence and significance of hepadnavirus X gene product(s) in serum. (2311861)
1990
23
X antigen/antibody markers in hepadnavirus infections. Antibodies to the X gene product(s). (2365196)
1990
24
Liver diseases associated with hepadnavirus infection. A study in duck model. (2620307)
1989
25
Hepadnavirus infection of peripheral blood lymphocytes in vivo: woodchuck and chimpanzee models of viral hepatitis. (3485201)
1986

Genetic Variations for Hepadnavirus Infection

Expression for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

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Expression patterns in normal tissues for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

Compounds for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

Products for genes affiliated with Hepadnavirus Infection

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