Studies on Amino acids and Hepatitis C

Identification of basic Amino acids at the N-terminal end of the core protein that are crucial for Hepatitis C virus infectivity.
2010 Journal of virology

Improvement of molar ratio of branched-chain Amino acids to tyrosine (BTR) associated with liver fibrosis in chronic Hepatitis C patients treated with interferon-alpha.
1999 Digestive diseases and sciences

Enzymatic characterization of the full-length and C-terminally truncated Hepatitis C virus RNA polymerases: function of the last 21 Amino acids of the C terminus in template binding and RNA synthesis.
2004 Biochemistry

Branched-chain Amino acids and pigment epithelium-derived factor: novel therapeutic agents for Hepatitis C virus-associated insulin resistance.
2009 Current medicinal chemistry

Branched-chain Amino acids improve insulin resistance in patients with Hepatitis C virus-related liver disease: report of two cases.
2007 Liver international : official journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver

Analysis of interferon signaling by infectious Hepatitis C virus clones with substitutions of core Amino acids 70 and 91.
2011 Journal of virology

Analysis of interferon signaling by infectious Hepatitis C virus clones with substitutions of core Amino acids 70 and 91.
2011 Journal of virology

Analysis of interferon signaling by infectious Hepatitis C virus clones with substitutions of core Amino acids 70 and 91.
2011 Journal of virology

Analysis of interferon signaling by infectious Hepatitis C virus clones with substitutions of core Amino acids 70 and 91.
2011 Journal of virology

Amino acids 1-20 of the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) core protein specifically inhibit HCV IRES-dependent translation in HepG2 cells, and inhibit both HCV IRES- and cap-dependent translation in HuH7 and CV-1 cells.
2003 The Journal of general virology

[Impact of the heterogenicity of amino acid sequence on the immunoreactivity of an antigenic epitopic complex localized within Amino acids 1192-1456 of protein NS3 protein of Hepatitis C virus].
2006 Voprosy virusologii

Frequent compartmentalization of Hepatitis C virus with leukocyte-related Amino acids in the setting of liver transplantation.
2008 The Journal of infectious diseases

Identification of a lactoferrin-derived peptide possessing binding activity to Hepatitis C virus E2 envelope protein.
2003 The Journal of biological chemistry