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Implicación de la proteína HBx del virus de la hepatitis B en la respuesta inmune y la progresión tumoral
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E. Lara-Pezzia,*, R. Moreno-Oterob, M. López-Cabreraa
a Unidad de Biología Molecular. Hospital Universitario de La Princesa. Madrid. España
b Unidad de Hepatología. Hospital Universitario de La Princesa. Madrid. España
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