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abbreviation for hepatoerythropoietic porphyria.
EPHB6A gene on chromosome 7q33-q35 that encodes a member of the ephrin-B receptor subfamily of receptor tyrosine kinases. EPHB6 binds to ephrin-B ligands, but lacks kinase activity; it inhibits JNK activation, T-cell receptor-induced IL-2 secretion and CD25 expression when stimulated by ephrin-B2. EPHB6 interacts with CBL, EPHB1 and FYN, and is expressed in the brain, pancreas, and in in situ breast carcinoma cell lines.
high egg passage, with reference to virus attentuation usually for vaccine production.
Patient discussion about HEP
Q. Is There a Vaccine Against Hepatitis C? I've heard there is a vaccine against hepatitis A and B. Is there one for hepatitis C as well?
A. I don't think so, there was talk of one but I don't believe it was ever released. This disease does not get the attention it deserves. if it did we would have better treatment avialible.More discussions about HEP