Pei-Ching Tai, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 
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Molecular Biology, Microbiology Biology, Immunology
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Chiaho Shih grad student 2000 UTMB
 (Identification and functional characterization of naturally occurring mutations in hepatitis B virus surface proteins.)
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Shih C, Tai PC. (2004) Detection of hypermodified middle-envelope (M) proteins secreted from naturally occurring HBV variants containing a preS2 internal deletion. Methods in Molecular Medicine. 95: 165-73
Tai PC, Suk FM, Gerlich WH, et al. (2002) Hypermodification and immune escape of an internally deleted middle-envelope (M) protein of frequent and predominant hepatitis B virus variants. Virology. 292: 44-58
Sahu GK, Tai PC, Chatterjee SB, et al. (2002) Out-of-frame versus in-frame core internal deletion variants of human and woodchuck hepatitis B viruses. Virology. 292: 35-43
Yuan TT, Tai PC, Shih C. (1999) Subtype-independent immature secretion and subtype-dependent replication deficiency of a highly frequent, naturally occurring mutation of human hepatitis B virus core antigen. Journal of Virology. 73: 10122-8
Hwang J, Tai PC. (1999) Mutational analysis of CvaA in the highly conserved domain of the membrane fusion protein family. Current Microbiology. 39: 195-9
Tai PC, Banik D, Lin GI, et al. (1997) Novel and frequent mutations of hepatitis B virus coincide with a major histocompatibility complex class I-restricted T-cell epitope of the surface antigen. Journal of Virology. 71: 4852-6
Hosono S, Tai PC, Wang W, et al. (1995) Core antigen mutations of human hepatitis B virus in hepatomas accumulate in MHC class II-restricted T cell epitopes. Virology. 212: 151-62
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