Published in Hepatitis Weekly, August 4th, 1997
Recent reports suggest that viral subtype and serum viral levels are indicators of interferon response in patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) disease, but they are not accurate enough to predict the effectiveness of therapy.
The buoyant density of HCV has been estimated to be approximately 1.08 g/ml by sucrose density gradient equilibrium centrifugation (Bradley et al., 1991; and others). Hijikata et al. found that there is a close relationship between in vivo infectivity and the...
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