Last Posted: Nov 13, 2023
- T-Cell Exhaustion in HIV-1/Hepatitis C Virus Coinfection Is Reduced After Successful Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C.
Kamila Caraballo Cortés et al. Open Forum Infect Dis 2023 11 (11) ofad514
- Development of simple, rapid, and sensitive methods for detection of hepatitis C virus RNA from whole blood using reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification.
Matthew D Pauly et al. J Clin Microbiol 2023 11 e0077123
- Metabarcoding of Hepatitis E Virus Genotype 3 and Norovirus GII from Wastewater Samples in England Using Nanopore Sequencing.
Samantha Treagus et al. Food Environ Virol 2023 11
- Epidemiology Update of Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) in Uruguay: Subtyping, Environmental Surveillance and Zoonotic Transmission.
Florencia Cancela et al. Viruses 2023 10 (10)
- Returning incidentally discovered Hepatitis C RNA-seq results to COPDGene study participants.
Edwin K Silverman et al. NPJ Genom Med 2023 10 (1) 36
- Surveillance for rat hepatitis E in wastewater networks, Italy.
Andrea Palombieri et al. Microbiol Spectr 2023 10 e0267523
- Machine learning for prediction of viral hepatitis: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Khadijeh Moulaei et al. Int J Med Inform 2023 179105243
- Incidence and molecular epidemiology of hepatitis C virus reinfection in prisons in Catalonia, Spain (Re-HCV study).
Verónica Saludes et al. Sci Rep 2023 9 (1) 16012
- Maternal A90V mutation in the PreS1 gene of sub-genotype C2 hepatitis B virus is associated with intrauterine transmission.
Linzhu Yi et al. Rev Inst Med Trop Sao Paulo 2023 9 e46
- Advances in isothermal nucleic acid amplification methods for hepatitis B virus detection.
Huilin Li et al. Analyst 2023 7 (16) 3708-3718
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