F Kouruma

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An overall anti-hepatitis C virus (HCV) prevalence of 6.7% was found in a sero-epidemiological study carried out in the town of Conakry (Guinea Conakry, West Central Africa) on 1421 subjects who were either blood donors, pregnant women or in- and outpatients receiving treatment for conditions other than liver disease. Seven HCV isolates from a subsample of(More)
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