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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) tends to associate preferentially with high-density lipoproteins by standard ultracentrifugal fractionation of plasma from patients with chronic HCV infection

Manzini, P; Dusheiko, GM; Brown, D; Khakoo, SI; Owen, JS; (1998) Hepatitis C virus (HCV) tends to associate preferentially with high-density lipoproteins by standard ultracentrifugal fractionation of plasma from patients with chronic HCV infection. Hepatology Research , 11 (3) 158 - 165.

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Type:Article
Title:Hepatitis C virus (HCV) tends to associate preferentially with high-density lipoproteins by standard ultracentrifugal fractionation of plasma from patients with chronic HCV infection
Keywords:chronic hepatitis c, HCV-RNA detection, plasma lipoproteins, polymerase chain reaction

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