Immunologial Study of IL32-gamma in Different Hepatitis B Virus Patient Groups at Alnajaf City
Keywords:HBV, IL32 g; health; immunosystyems
Hepatitis B virus is a member of the Hepadnaviridae family and responsible for causing acute and chronic
hepatitis in humans. This review deals with our current understanding of the virology, life cycle and
immunopathology effecting of this very important pathogen. the present study show the relationship between
HBV infection and the rule of IL32 gamma against it ,all of which are considered essential for current and
future approaches to antiviral treatment. The study was conducted on 159 patients [ 43(53.75%) males and
37(46.25%) females] during December ,2019 to July 2020 at AL-Najaf province. They suffering from signs
and symptoms of liver diseases.
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