Occult HBV infection in subjects with chronic hepatitis C is related to more severe disease outcome. It has been suggested that it might reduce sensitivity to antiviral treatment.

Ferraro, D., Bonura, C., Giglio, M., DI STEFANO, R., Almasio, P., DI MARCO, V., et al. (2003). Occult HBV infection and suppression of HCV replication in the early phase of combination therapy for chronic hepatitis C. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS, 17(2), 172-5.

Occult HBV infection and suppression of HCV replication in the early phase of combination therapy for chronic hepatitis C

FERRARO, Donatella;BONURA, Celestino;DI STEFANO, Rosa;ALMASIO, Pier Luigi;DI MARCO, Vito;CRAXI, Antonio;
2003

Abstract

Occult HBV infection in subjects with chronic hepatitis C is related to more severe disease outcome. It has been suggested that it might reduce sensitivity to antiviral treatment.
Ferraro, D., Bonura, C., Giglio, M., DI STEFANO, R., Almasio, P., DI MARCO, V., et al. (2003). Occult HBV infection and suppression of HCV replication in the early phase of combination therapy for chronic hepatitis C. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATORS & HOMEOSTATIC AGENTS, 17(2), 172-5.
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