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DNA Immunization with Fusion of CTLA-4 to Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Core Protein Enhanced Th2 Type Responses and Cleared HBV with an Accelerated Kinetic

By Ying Yin, Chunchen Wu, Jingjiao Song, Junzhong Wang, Ejuan Zhang, Hongyan Liu, Dongliang Yang, Xinwen Chen, Mengji Lu and Yang Xu
Topics: Research Article
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