Several studies have established a strong association between hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection and essential mixed cryoglobulinemia (EMC). However, the mechanisms by which HCV infection may result in cryoglobulinemia in some patients but not in others remain unknown. In this paper we shall summarize some of the work done in our laboratories on certain aspects of HCV in patients with EMC.

Sinico, R., Ribero, M., Fornasieri, A., Renoldi, P., Zhou, J., Fasola, M., et al. (1995). Significance of hepatitis C virus genotypes and viral load in patients with "essential" mixed cryoglobulinemia. CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RHEUMATOLOGY, 13(Suppl 13), S83-S85.

Significance of hepatitis C virus genotypes and viral load in patients with "essential" mixed cryoglobulinemia

SINICO, RENATO ALBERTO
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1995

Abstract

Several studies have established a strong association between hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection and essential mixed cryoglobulinemia (EMC). However, the mechanisms by which HCV infection may result in cryoglobulinemia in some patients but not in others remain unknown. In this paper we shall summarize some of the work done in our laboratories on certain aspects of HCV in patients with EMC.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Cryoglobulinemia; Genotype; Hepacivirus; Humans; RNA, Viral; Viremia
English
S83
S85
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Sinico, R., Ribero, M., Fornasieri, A., Renoldi, P., Zhou, J., Fasola, M., et al. (1995). Significance of hepatitis C virus genotypes and viral load in patients with "essential" mixed cryoglobulinemia. CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RHEUMATOLOGY, 13(Suppl 13), S83-S85.
Sinico, R; Ribero, M; Fornasieri, A; Renoldi, P; Zhou, J; Fasola, M; Portera, G; Beltrame, A; Tagger, A; Gibelli, A
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