Diversity of 1,213 hepatitis C virus NS3 protease sequences from a clinical virology laboratory database in Marseille university hospitals, southeastern France.

@article{Hajji2015DiversityO1,
  title={Diversity of 1,213 hepatitis C virus NS3 protease sequences from a clinical virology laboratory database in Marseille university hospitals, southeastern France.},
  author={Hind Hajji and Sarah Aherfi and Anne Motte and Isabelle Ravaux and S. El Mokhtari and Jean-Marie Ruiz and Isabelle Poizot-Martin and Christian Tourr{\`e}s and Natacha Tivoli and Ren{\'e} G{\'e}rolami and Catherine Tamalet and Philippe Colson},
  journal={Journal of medical virology},
  year={2015},
  volume={87 11},
  pages={1921-33}
}
Infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) represents a major public health concern worldwide. Recent therapeutic advances have been considerable, HCV genotype continuing to guide therapeutic management. Since 2008, HCV genotyping in our clinical microbiology laboratory at university hospitals of Marseille, Southeastern France, has been based on NS3 protease gene population sequencing, to allow concurrent HCV genotype and protease inhibitor (PI) genotypic resistance determinations. We aimed, first… CONTINUE READING
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