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Hepatitis B is one type of hepatitis – a liver disease- caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). Hepatitis B spreads by contact with an infected person's blood, semen or other body fluid. An infected woman can give hepatitis B to her baby at birth.
Scientists Create "Immunologically Silent" DNA Vaccine for Potent Virus Defense

Scientists Create "Immunologically Silent" DNA Vaccine for Potent Virus Defense

Single Injection of CRISPR Gene-Editing Treatment Safely Removes SIV From Non-Human Primates

Single Injection of CRISPR Gene-Editing Treatment Safely Removes SIV From Non-Human Primates

EMBL-EBI Launches Pathogens Portal to Enhance Global Pathogen Surveillance

EMBL-EBI Launches Pathogens Portal to Enhance Global Pathogen Surveillance

Single monoclonal antibody infusion can strengthen the body's fight against yellow fever

Single monoclonal antibody infusion can strengthen the body's fight against yellow fever

New study pinpoints key source of T cell "exhaustion"

New study pinpoints key source of T cell "exhaustion"

Study identifies cell type crucial for successful immunotherapies for chronic viral infections

Study identifies cell type crucial for successful immunotherapies for chronic viral infections

A new-found possibility for viral and cancer drug therapies

A new-found possibility for viral and cancer drug therapies

A remarkable finding reorients attempts to cure liver disease

A remarkable finding reorients attempts to cure liver disease

Research team outlines three-step technique that lets human body defend against Hep B

Research team outlines three-step technique that lets human body defend against Hep B

Researchers analyze eight assemblers on viral sequencing data

Researchers analyze eight assemblers on viral sequencing data

Study shows how drugs help to treat hepatitis A virus replication using an animal model

Study shows how drugs help to treat hepatitis A virus replication using an animal model

Drugs used for myelodysplastic syndrome could potentially activate a sleeping oncogene

Drugs used for myelodysplastic syndrome could potentially activate a sleeping oncogene

Coffee found to have a stimulating effect on some digestive processes

Coffee found to have a stimulating effect on some digestive processes

Virus-infected cells endure long-term changes, says study

Virus-infected cells endure long-term changes, says study

Small synthetic molecules could one day cure or prevent COVID-19, herpes

Small synthetic molecules could one day cure or prevent COVID-19, herpes

Understanding molecular determinants of liver cancer in patients with Indigenous American ancestry

Understanding molecular determinants of liver cancer in patients with Indigenous American ancestry

Diet plays a crucial role in liver disease outcome, mouse model shows

Diet plays a crucial role in liver disease outcome, mouse model shows

New AI model predicts targets for previously unmapped T cells against coronavirus

New AI model predicts targets for previously unmapped T cells against coronavirus

New gel electrophoresis method allows rapid diagnosis of biomarkers by mass spectrometry

New gel electrophoresis method allows rapid diagnosis of biomarkers by mass spectrometry

Researchers propose new  technique to detect SARS-CoV-2

Researchers propose new technique to detect SARS-CoV-2