IDENTIFYING EARLY STEPS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HBV ASSOCIATED HCC

The hepatitis B virus (HBV), chronically infecting ~360 million people worldwide, accounts for over half of the cases of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and contributes to over 650,000 deaths per year making HCC is the fifth most common and second most deadly form of cancer.1-3 Many genes deregulated by the hepatitis B x-antigen (HBx), the oncogenic protein encoded by HBV, are known drivers of HCC.4,5 The timing of these alterations in the initiation and progression of...
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