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Serum samples from 139 US patients with chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection were studied using six different genotyping systems, including both molecular and serologic methods, to determine the applicability of these approaches and the prevalence of various HCV subtypes. The concordance of genotyping results based on the various systems (except for core polymerase chain reaction genotyping) was good (93.5%). Subtypes 1a and 1b were prevalent (37.4%). Subtypes 2a (2.2%), 2b (8.6%), and 3a (5.8%) were less common. HCV genotypes could not be determined in 3.4%-16.5% of samples depending on the method used. HCV type 2 was associated with greater histologic activity but lower serum HCV RNA levels (P < .05), whereas type 3 was associated with lower serum alanine aminotransferase levels (P < .05). These data demonstrate a high concordance between HCV genotyping systems and provide a foundation for comparison of genotyping data between studies using different systems. HCV types 1a and 1b are both prevalent in the United States.

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OBJECTIVE: To determine, using a serotyping assay, whether the occurrence of extrahepatic immunologic disorders in patients with chronic hepatitis C is dependent on hepatitis C virus serotype. DESIGN: Prospective study. SETTING: Liver unit and virology laboratory of a university hospital. PATIENTS: 59 consecutive patients with chronic hepatitis C. MEASUREMENTS: Hepatitis C virus serotype was determined using a recently developed immunoenzymatic assay that detects antibodies directed to serotype-specific immunodominant epitopes. Cryoglobulin, rheumatoid factor, and numerous antitissue antibodies were sought. Biopsies of labial salivary glands were done in 49 of the 59 patients. RESULTS: Prevalence was 59% for serotype 1, 10% for serotype 2, 12% for serotype 3, and 3% for mixed infection. Fifteen percent of patients could not be serotyped. Cryoglobulinemia was found in 36% of patients and rheumatoid factor was found in the serum of 71%. At least one antitissue antibody was found in the serum of 41% of patients; salivary gland biopsy showed lymphocytic capillaritis in 49% of patients. These immunologic abnormalities were seen in patients infected with any of the three serotypes, and prevalences of the abnormalities did not differ significantly among patients infected with different serotypes. CONCLUSIONS: We confirm that the prevalence of extrahepatic immunologic abnormalities is high in patients with chronic hepatitis C. These abnormalities may occur in patients infected with any of the three major hepatitis C virus serotypes now present in developed countries.

Watson HG , Ludlam CA , McOmish F , Dennis R , Hart H , Simmonds P . 1995. Absence of hepatitis A virus transmission by high-purity solvent detergent treated coagulation factor concentrates in Scottish haemophiliacs. Br J Haematol , 89 (1), pp. 214-216. | Shoe The Bear Emmy Womens HiTop Sneakers Buy Cheap Best WQI7PQ
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Recent reports of hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection in haemophiliacs receiving high-purity solvent detergent (HP.SD) treated factor VIII concentrates have brought into question the efficacy of this virucidal method for inactivating HAV. To assess whether HAV may have been transmitted by HP.SD concentrates, we compared seroprevalence in haemophiliacs with different disease severity, sought evidence of seroconversion to HAV since introduction of HP.SD products, and directly examined concentrates for HAV RNA by PCR. Our data suggest that Scottish haemophiliacs are not being infected with HAV by HP.SD concentrates produced initially by CRTS Lille and presently by PFC Edinburgh and supplied by the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS).

Tisminetzky S , Gerotto M , Pontisso P , Chemello L , Prescott LE , Rose KA , Baralle F , Simmonds P , Alberti A . 1995. Comparison of genotyping and serotyping methods for the identification of hepatitis C virus types. J Virol Methods , 55 (3), pp. 303-307. | Cheap Sale Enjoy Cheapest Price Cheap Online MM6 MAISON MARGIELA Graffiti boots Rz6NpDUSsO
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The usefulness of identification of hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotype has recently been investigated for the clinical management of patients infected by HCV. In the present study, the HCV genotype infecting 127 patients was determined by two different methods: HCV genotyping using a dot-blot assay with type-specific probes derived from the 5'-UTR of HCV genome and HCV serotyping using an ELISA system in which type-specific antibodies against the NS4 region were detected. Overall, a good correlation of the two methods was observed, the main discrepancy being 4 patients with sequence-confirmed HCV-2 (2 cases) and HCV-3 (2 cases) genotypes recognized as HCV-1 by serotyping. Mixed infections were not detected by either method. In 19 PCR negative sera, in which the HCV genotype could not be evaluated, no particular serotype profile was observed. In conclusion, the molecular and serological techniques are almost equivalent in determining the viral type, although in individual cases, especially in PCR negative patients, the clinical meaning of the serotyping result remains to be determined.

Smith DB , Davidson F , Simmonds P . 1995. Hepatitis C virus variants and the role of genotyping. J Hepatol , 23 Suppl 2 (2), pp. 26-31. | Show Abstract

Hepatitis C virus demonstrates considerable divergence in nucleotide sequence. This variation may affect virus detection, disease outcome, and the effectiveness of interferon treatment. For example, infection with genotype 1 is associated with a lower response rate to interferon treatment. Hepatitis C virus can be classified into six distinct types, comprising at least 74 different subtypes. Both types and subtypes are subject to geographical differences in distribution, presumably reflecting the epidemiological history of the virus. However, because this history may be blurred by migration and by commerce in blood products between regions, screening and typing assays must recognize both the major indigenous and more exotic virus genotypes. Little information exists about the role of virus sequence variation in screening for hepatitis C virus antibodies, but there is some evidence that the reactivity of current serological screening assays for hepatitis C virus is genotype dependent. In the future, screening assays may need to include antigens specific for different virus types or may need to be designed with regard to the particular types found in a certain area. Antigenic variation may also mean that an effective vaccine needs to be multivalent to protect against all genotypes present in a given region. There are several polymerase chain reaction-based methods of distinguishing between hepatitis C virus variants. These methods must be continually updated, however, as new sequence variants are discovered. Alternative genotyping assays are based on the host's serological response to virus infection, but these cannot distinguish between virus subtypes and are unsuitable for immunocompromised patients. As more countries are sampled, it is likely that more genotypes will be identified and this may help elucidate the origins of hepatitis C virus. Detailed epidemiological studies may delineate past and current routes of transmission.

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1995. HEPATITIS-C SEROTYPES IN CHRONIC HEPATITIS-C OF CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL HEPATOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS , 4 (1), pp. 35-41. | Show Abstract | Read more

An enzyme linked immunosorbent assay has been recently developed which detects and distinguishes between infections with the three major hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes prevalent in Europe. Using this assay we have investigated the sera of 30 Italian and 37 Spanish children with chronic hepatitis C. Infection with HCV type 1 was found in 43% of Italian and 46% of Spanish children. Of the Italian children 7% were infected with HCV of type 2 and 7% had a mixed type 1/type 2 serotype. Infection with HCV type 3 was found in 7% of Italian and 8% of Spanish children while 36% of Italian and 46% of Spanish children had non-reactive sera. Serotype 3 was significantly more frequent in children with anti-HCV positive mothers (often drug abusers) than in those with percutaneous exposure (25% vs. 2%, p < 0.05). Mean alanine aminotransferase values were significantly higher in children with HCV type 1 than in those with non-reactive sera (P < 0.05). These results indicate a similar distribution of HCV serotypes in Italian and Spanish children. Serotype 1 is prevalent and associated with a more severe liver damage. The relevant proportion of non-reactive sera could be related to the existence of genetic variants different from those explored by the test and with low pathogenicity, or to a poor antibody response to viral antigens of the NS4 region in a consistent subgroup of children. © 1995.

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The 5' end of the NS-4 protein of different genotypes of hepatitis C virus (HCV) is highly variable in nucleotide and inferred amino acid sequence, with frequent predicted amino acid substitutions between all six of the major HCV genotypes described to date. This region has been shown to be antigenic by epitope mapping, and elicits antibody in HCV-infected individuals with a detectable type-specific component. We have used this sequence data to specify branched peptides for an indirect binding/competition assay to detect type-specific antibody to each major genotype. A total of 183 out of 210 samples (87%) from blood donors and patients with chronic hepatitis C infected with genotypes 1 to 6 showed detectable type-specific antibody to NS-4 peptides that in almost all cases (> 97 %) corresponded to the genotype detected by a PCR typing method. These findings demonstrate the existence of major antigenic differences between genotypes of HCV, and indicate how infection with different variants of HCV may be detected by a serological test.

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