Prevalence of naturally occurring surface gene variants of hepatitis B virus in nonimmunized surface antigen-negative Chinese carriers.

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Published in Hepatology on November 01, 2001


J Hou1, Z Wang, J Cheng, Y Lin, G K Lau, J Sun, F Zhou, J Waters, P Karayiannis, K Luo

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1: Department of Infectious Disease, Nanfang Hospital, The First Medical College of PLA, Guangzhou, China.

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