Published in Hepatitis Weekly, September 18th, 2000
According to the U.S. army researchers, the isolates can be linked to subtypes of HEV that have been identified in other parts of Africa. A report on their findings was published in the Journal of Biomedical Science.
Hepatitis E virus is found in many regions on the African continent. It is has been reported in Egypt, Chad, Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia, stated J.K. He et al.
"Cases of presumptive hepatitis E also have been...
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