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Editorial overview: Viral resistance and challenges for antiviral therapies and vaccines.
De la mouche à l'homme - RACK1, un acteur essentiel de la traduction virale dépendante de l'IRES. [From fly to man: RACK1, an essential actor of the dependent viral translation of IRES]
New tool for the study of hepatitis C virus genotype 3 and its associated liver disease biology
Triglyceride synthesis and hepatitis C virus production: identification of a novel host factor as antiviral target
Advancing hepatitis B virus entry inhibitors
Hepatitis C virus-apolipoprotein interactions: molecular mechanisms and clinical impact
Syndecan 4 is involved in mediating HCV entry through interaction with lipoviral particle-associated apolipoprotein E
Hepatitis B Virus Core Variants, Liver Fibrosis, and Hepatocellular Carcinoma
High-throughput approaches to unravel hepatitis C virus-host interactions
Hepatitis C virus, cholesterol and lipoproteins--impact for the viral life cycle and pathogenesis of liver disease
TIP47 plays a crucial role in the life cycle of hepatitis C virus
Cell Culture Models for the Investigation of Hepatitis B and D Virus Infection.
Host-targeting therapies for hepatitis C virus infection: current developments and future applications
Host-Targeting Agents to Prevent and Cure Hepatitis C Virus Infection
TIP47 is associated with the hepatitis C virus and its interaction with Rab9 is required for release of viral particles
Three-Dimensional Spheroid Primary Human Hepatocytes in Monoculture and Coculture with Nonparenchymal Cells
Addressing the next challenges: A summary of the 22nd international symposium on hepatitis C virus and related viruses
CD81-receptor associations--impact for hepatitis C virus entry and antiviral therapies
Composite vector formulation for multiple siRNA delivery as a host targeting antiviral in a cell culture model of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection
The functional role of sodium taurocholate cotransporting polypeptide NTCP in the life cycle of hepatitis B, C and D viruses

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