Keywords: Hepatitis C virus, Hepatitis B virus, Interferon alpha
receptor 1, Interferon alpha
receptor 2, Interferon therapy response, Signal transducer and activator of transcription1.
A strategy for high-level expression of soluble and functional human interferon alpha
as a GST-fusion protein in E.
Despite the development of thyroid disorders (overt and sub-clinical), patients completed their antiviral therapy with Interferon alpha
Cytokine and Psychopathology: lessons from interferon alpha
. Biol Psychiatry 2004; 56: 819-24.
[Pericarditis secondary to interferon alpha
in chronic hepatitis C].
Pericardial effusion and tamponade following interferon alpha
treatment for locally advanced melanoma.
Caption: The lethal Ebola virus (shown in a false-color micrograph) appears susceptible to a combination treatment of antibodies and the antiviral protein interferon alpha
delivered by an inactivated virus, a study in monkeys shows.
Poole, "Interferon alpha
in systemic lupus erythematosus," Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology, vol.
Methods: This was a quasi - experimental study in which patients of both sexes between ages 20 - 49 were randomly allocated to receive three different formulations of interferon alpha
2b in three groups, I, II, and III, after giving them first dose of three million units of interferon alpha
 Retnoningrum, D.S., "et al", 2010, "Construction of synthetic open reading frame encoding human interferon alpha
2b for high expression in Escherichia coli and characterization of its gene product," J.
One month before, the FDA had approved sorafenib (brand name Nexavar) in patients with RCC in whom previous therapy (usually cytokines such as interferon alpha
or interleukin-2) had failed.
Contrast echocardiography may be a useful non-invasive technique for detecting PAVM and the interferon alpha
may be first treatment option for patients with IHHE and PAVM.