Characterization of hepatitis C virus isolates from chronically infected patients
The function of the liver is to keep the human body in physiological equilibrium. This equilibrium is regulated by several metabolic pathways such as the production of plasma proteins and detoxification. Inflammation of the liver is known as hepatitis and as entity it has been recognized since the days of Hippocrates. The most important etiology of hepatitis is viral infection of the liver.
|Keywords||Hepatitis C, gastroenterology, liver diseases, virology|
|Promotor||Schalm, S.W. (Solko)|
|Sponsor||Dutch Prevention Fund, J. Lindeman, Rotterdam Liver Foundation, Schering Plough Benelux, S.A. Innogenetics N.V.|
|Publisher||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
Kleter, G.E.M.. (1995, December 13). Characterization of hepatitis C virus isolates from chronically infected patients. Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/22127