Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, Dickson Despommier, Amit Kapoor, and Ian Lipkin
The TWiV team speaks with Amit Kapoor and Ian Lipkin about how they discovered canine hepacivirus, and its implications for the origin and evolution of hepatitis C virus.
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- Characterization of canine hepacivirus (PNAS)
- Humanized mouse model for HCV (EurekAlert!)
- Summary of CHV study from Mailman School of Public Health
- Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University
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- Letters read on TWiV 137
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2 thoughts on “TWiV 137: Look what the dog dragged in”
That is a REALLY creepy picture!
great news that your guest ian lipkin is heading to the Whitemore peterson institute to present.
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