Delphine Grando

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The hepatitis C virus (HCV) genome shows remarkable sequence variability, leading to the classification of at least six major genotypes, numerous subtypes and a myriad of quasispecies within a given host. A database allowing researchers to investigate the genetic and structural variability of all available HCV sequences is an essential tool for studies on(More)
As no efficient culture system for Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is currently available, most of the research against this virus is driven by analysis of its genomic sequences. Thus, a database that allows researchers to study genetic variability of all available sequences could play an important role in helping drugs and vaccine design and in providing(More)
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