Functional Status Analysis of Dendritic Cell Antigen Presentation in Chronic Hepatitis B Patients under Microscope

  • Yongjun Yao
Keywords: Microscope-assisted, Chronic Hepatitis B Patients, Dendritic Cells, Antigen Presentation

Abstract

Due to the narrow host spectrum of HBV infection and the lack of in vitro cultured infected cells models, the
pathogenesis of chronic hepatitis B has not been very clear. Research is relatively scarce. The purpose of this
article is to analyze the role of dendritic cells on immune function by observing and analyzing the functional
status of dendritic cell antigen presentation in chronic hepatitis B patients under microscope, and to understand
the performance of the cell microstructure of chronic hepatitis B patients under normal microscope. Compared
with the dendritic cells of chronic hepatitis B patients under microscope, the changes of functional status of
antigen presentation in dendritic cells of chronic hepatitis B patients were studied. Using the method of this
article, through the analysis of experimental data, we understand the role of the microscope in the analysis of
antigen presentation function of dendritic cells in patients with chronic hepatitis B, and found that the
microscope plays an important role. Through the combination of theory and experimental data, the chronicity
under the microscope is analyzed. The dendritic cell antigen presentation function of hepatitis B patients is
lower than that of the normal group. The research results show that the microscope plays a greater role in the
analysis of the functional status of dendritic cell antigen presentation of patients with chronic hepatitis B, and
can be used for research on the disease of chronic hepatitis B patients. To lay the foundation for the research of
better therapeutic drugs.

Published
2020-02-01