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Co-infection by hepatitis C but not hepatitis B virus aggravates hepatic periportal fibrosis and its clinical outcomes in subjects infected by Schistosoma mansoni

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C. Eboumbou Moukoko
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Q. Mohamed Ali
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P. Gallian
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S. Rahoud
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A. Mergani
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O. S. Osman Saeed
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N. El Wali
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A. Dessein
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hal-01592706 , version 1 (25-09-2017)

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C. Eboumbou Moukoko, Q. Mohamed Ali, P. Gallian, S. Rahoud, A. Mergani, et al.. Co-infection by hepatitis C but not hepatitis B virus aggravates hepatic periportal fibrosis and its clinical outcomes in subjects infected by Schistosoma mansoni. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2007, 12, pp.236. ⟨hal-01592706⟩

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