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Hepatitis A virus (HAV) is a highly infectious agent that causes acute liver disease. The infection can trigger the production of antibodies against the structural and non-structural proteins of HAV. Nonetheless, vaccination with an HAV vaccine leads to the production of a primary antibody against the structural proteins. Because the non-structural proteins(More)
Small Supernumerary Marker Chromosomes (sSMCs) are rare, being present in less than 0.08% of all pregnancies. The precise characterization of marker chromosomes is important for prenatal diagnosis and proper genetic counselling. Here we report a case of prenatally diagnosed de novo sSMC derived from chromosome 15. Our case emphasizes the importance of the(More)
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