Diagnosis of Hepatitis A Virus Infection: a Molecular Approach

@article{Nainan2006DiagnosisOH,
  title={Diagnosis of Hepatitis A Virus Infection: a Molecular Approach},
  author={O. Nainan and G. Xia and G. Vaughan and H. Margolis},
  journal={Clinical Microbiology Reviews},
  year={2006},
  volume={19},
  pages={63 - 79}
}
SUMMARY Current serologic tests provide the foundation for diagnosis of hepatitis A and hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection. Recent advances in methods to identify and characterize nucleic acid markers of viral infections have provided the foundation for the field of molecular epidemiology and increased our knowledge of the molecular biology and epidemiology of HAV. Although HAV is primarily shed in feces, there is a strong viremic phase during infection which has allowed easy access to virus… Expand
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