Dennis Madriaga

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Nucleic-acid amplification technology (NAT) assays have been implemented for HCV and HIV-1 in the United States, and many parts of Europe, Australia and Asia. Nucleic acid detection assays utilize many different technologies, and the WHO International Standards for nucleic acid tests are widely used to compare them. Currently, several laboratories are(More)
Recent clinical studies suggest that hepatitis B virus (HBV) load and genotype may be independent predictors of responses to antiviral therapies. However, it is difficult for clinicians to accurately determine viral loads in patient samples because results--both the values and the units of measure--can vary greatly among different tests. Accordingly, the(More)
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