High Prevalence of Q80K Among NS3 Resistance-Associated Substitutions in Subtype 1a Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Prior to Treatment with Direct Acting Antivirals: The Croatian Data

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To Cite : Grgic I, Planinic A, Santak M, Gorenec L, Lepej S Z, et al. High Prevalence of Q80K Among NS3 Resistance-Associated Substitutions in Subtype 1a Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Prior to Treatment with Direct Acting Antivirals: The Croatian Data, Hepat Mon. 2017 ;17(5):e45543. doi: 10.5812/hepatmon.45543.
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