Published in Blood Weekly, June 27th, 2002
Immediately after an individual becomes infected with HCV, there exists a period of time, reportedly as long as 70 days, where circulating antibody levels are so low that they cannot be detected with standard serological testing. With the advent of more sensitive techniques that can...
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