Thomas Tu
Thomas Tu
Westmead Institute for Medical Research
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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HBV DNA integration: molecular mechanisms and clinical implications
T Tu, MA Budzinska, NA Shackel, S Urban
Viruses 9 (4), 75, 2017
1092017
HBV bypasses the innate immune response and does not protect HCV from antiviral activity of interferon
P Mutz, P Metz, FA Lempp, S Bender, B Qu, K Schöneweis, S Seitz, T Tu, ...
Gastroenterology 154 (6), 1791-1804. e22, 2018
642018
Novel aspects of the liver microenvironment in hepatocellular carcinoma pathogenesis and development
T Tu, MA Budzinska, AE Maczurek, R Cheng, A Di Bartolomeo, FJ Warner, ...
International journal of molecular sciences 15 (6), 9422-9458, 2014
622014
Clonal expansion of hepatocytes with a selective advantage occurs during all stages of chronic hepatitis B virus infection
T Tu, WS Mason, AD Clouston, NA Shackel, GW McCaughan, MM Yeh, ...
Journal of viral hepatitis 22 (9), 737-753, 2015
432015
Chronic viral hepatitis and its association with liver cancer
T Tu, S Bühler, R Bartenschlager
Biological chemistry 398 (8), 817-837, 2017
412017
Hepatocytes in liver injury: Victim, bystander, or accomplice in progressive fibrosis?
T Tu, SR Calabro, A Lee, AE Maczurek, MA Budzinska, FJ Warner, ...
Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology 30 (12), 1696-1704, 2015
392015
Hepatocyte produced matrix metalloproteinases are regulated by CD147 in liver fibrogenesis
SR Calabro, AE Maczurek, AJ Morgan, T Tu, VW Wen, C Yee, A Mridha, ...
PloS one 9 (7), e90571, 2014
362014
Hepatitis B virus DNA integration occurs early in the viral life cycle in an in vitro infection model via NTCP-dependent uptake of enveloped virus particles
T Tu, MA Budzinska, FWR Vondran, NA Shackel, S Urban
Journal of Virology, 2018
262018
Hepatitis B virus DNA integration occurs early in the viral life cycle in an in vitro infection model via sodium taurocholate cotransporting polypeptide-dependent uptake of …
T Tu, MA Budzinska, FWR Vondran, NA Shackel, S Urban
Journal of Virology 92 (11), 2018
232018
Conceptual models for the initiation of hepatitis B virus‐associated hepatocellular carcinoma
T Tu, MA Budzinska, NA Shackel, AR Jilbert
Liver International 35 (7), 1786-1800, 2015
202015
Cellular genomic sites of hepatitis B virus DNA integration
MA Budzinska, NA Shackel, S Urban, T Tu
Genes 9 (7), 365, 2018
152018
Virus entry and its inhibition to prevent and treat hepatitis B and hepatitis D virus infections
T Tu, S Urban
Current opinion in virology 30, 68-79, 2018
152018
Detection of hepatocyte clones containing integrated hepatitis B virus DNA using inverse nested PCR
T Tu, AR Jilbert
Hepatitis B Virus, 97-118, 2017
112017
Advances in and the future of treatments for hepatitis C
R Cheng, T Tu, N Shackel, GW McCaughan
Expert review of gastroenterology & hepatology 8 (6), 633-647, 2014
92014
Sequence analysis of integrated hepatitis B virus DNA during HBeAg-seroconversion
MA Budzinska, NA Shackel, S Urban, T Tu
Emerging microbes & infections 7 (1), 1-12, 2018
72018
HBV DNA integration: molecular mechanisms and clinical implications. Viruses 9: E75
T Tu, MA Budzinska, NA Shackel, S Urban
72017
Accumulation of deleterious passenger mutations is associated with the progression of hepatocellular carcinoma
MA Budzinska, T Tu, WMH d’Avigdor, GW McCaughan, F Luciani, ...
PloS one 11 (9), e0162586, 2016
72016
Virus genotype-dependent transcriptional alterations in lipid metabolism and inflammation pathways in the hepatitis C virus-infected liver
WMH d’Avigdor, MA Budzinska, M Lee, R Lam, J Kench, M Stapelberg, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
42019
Analysis of post-liver transplant hepatitis C virus recurrence using serial cluster of differentiation antibody microarrays
W Rahman, T Tu, M Budzinska, P Huang, L Belov, JS Chrisp, ...
Transplantation 99 (9), e120-e126, 2015
42015
Detection of low copy number integrated viral DNA formed by in vitro hepatitis B infection
T Tu, S Urban
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e58202, 2018
32018
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