|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)
Gujar S.A.... Michalak T.I.
|2|Immune selection during chronic hepadnavirus infection. (19669275)
Mason W.S.... Jilbert A.R.
|3|Rapid production of neutralizing antibody leads to transient hepadnavirus infection. (14722274)
Zhang Y.Y.... Summers J.
|4|Frequency of spontaneous mutations in an avian hepadnavirus infection. (11559794)
Pult I.... Summers J.
|5|Woodchuck hepatocytes remain permissive for hepadnavirus infection and mouse liver repopulation after cryopreservation. (11584382)
Dandri M.... Petersen J.
|6|Hepadnavirus infection in captive gibbons. (10684318)
Lanford R.E.... Mootnick A.
|7|Antisense oligonucleotide therapy of hepadnavirus infection. (10565037)
Offensperger W.B.... Blum H.E.
|8|Maternally transferred antibodies from DNA-immunized avians protect offspring against hepadnavirus infection. (10775634)
Rollier C.... Cova L.
|9|Low dynamic state of viral competition in a chronic avian hepadnavirus infection. (10799602)
Zhang Y.Y.... Summers J.
|10|Mouse genetics at work: a new model of chronic hepadnavirus infection. (9657123)
|11|Treatment of chronic hepadnavirus infection in a woodchuck animal model with an inhibitor of protein folding and trafficking. (9585237)
Block T.M.... Dwek R.A.
|12|Liver repopulation with xenogenic hepatocytes in B and T cell-deficient mice leads to chronic hepadnavirus infection and clonal growth of hepatocellular carcinoma. (9419372)
Petersen J.... Rogler C.E.
|13|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)
Tencza M.G.... Newbold J.E.
|14|Absence of mutations in the p53 tumor suppressor gene in woodchuck hepatocellular carcinomas associated with hepadnavirus infection and intake of aflatoxin B1. (9006107)
Rivkina M.... Marion P.L.
|15|Therapy of hepadnavirus infection using antisense oligonucleotides. (8666519)
Offensperger W.B.... Gerok W.
|16|Hepadnavirus infection requires interaction between the viral pre-S domain and a specific hepatocellular receptor. (8230462)
KlingmA1ller U.... Schaller H.
|17|A preliminary report of a controlled study of thymosin alpha-1 in the woodchuck model of hepadnavirus infection. (1514437)
Gerin J.L.... Tennant B.C.
|18|Cellular and molecular mechanisms of hepatocarcinogenesis associated with hepadnavirus infection. (1893774)
|19|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)
Cote P.J.... Gerin J.L.
|20|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)
Cote P.J.... Tennant B.C.
|21|X antigen/antibody markers in hepadnavirus infections. Presence and significance of hepadnavirus X gene product(s) in serum. (2311861)
Feitelson M.A.... Blumberg B.S.
|22|X antigen/antibody markers in hepadnavirus infections. Antibodies to the X gene product(s). (2365196)
Feitelson M.A.... Clayton M.M.
|23|Liver diseases associated with hepadnavirus infection. A study in duck model. (2620307)
|24|Hepadnavirus infection of peripheral blood lymphocytes in vivo: woodchuck and chimpanzee models of viral hepatitis. (3485201)
Korba B.E.... Gerin J.L.