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Structure of a key antigen protein involved with Hepatitis C Virus infection

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5866

Description
A three-dimensional representation of the structure of E2, a key antigen protein involved with Hepatitis C Virus infection.

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Mansun Law Associate Professor Department of Immunolgy and Microbial Science The Scripps Research Institute

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Courtesy of Mansun Law, The Scripps Research Institute

 


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