Antiviral therapy reduces hepatocellular carcinoma through suppressing hepatitis B virus replication may improve ER stress, mitochondrial and metabolic dysfunctions and decrease p62 in hybridized mice with single HBV transgene and miR-122

Yuh Jin Liang, Yu Wei Chiou, Abby Pei Ting Chiu, Ming Shi Shiao, Wei Teng, Chin Wei Lin, Mei Ling Cheng, Yen Hua Huang, Kung Hao Liang, Chien Wei Su, Chi Yu Lai, Chih Li Chen, Jaw Ching Wu*

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