TWiV 85: Hepatitis C virus with Professor Michael Gale

June 6, 2010

Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Michael Gale

Vincent and Michael Gale discuss the origin, pathogenesis, prevention, of hepatitis C virus, and how it evades innate immune responses.

This episode is sponsored by Data Robotics Inc.

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Links for this episode:

  • The Gale Laboratory at the University of Washington
  • Incredible view from the Gale laboratory (jpg)
  • Evasion and disruption of innate immune signalling by hepatitis C and West Nile viruses (review)
  • New potent HCV inhibitor
  • HCV virion and genome structures at ViralZone
  • Episode transcript (pdf)

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3 comments on “TWiV 85: Hepatitis C virus with Professor Michael Gale

  1. Nicole Lascurain Jun 19, 2015

    Hi,

    First off, I came across your site and wanted to say thanks for providing a great resource on disease for the community.

    I thought you might find this interactive infographic interesting, detailing the effects of Hepatitis C on the body. I know our readers have given us great feedback, and thought yours might get a kick out of it too! http://www.healthline.com/health/hepatitis-c/effects-on-the-body

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    All the best,

    Nicole

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