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Baseline Hepatitis B Virus DNA Level is a Promising Factor for Predicting the 3 rd Month Virological Response to Entecavir Therapy: A Study of Strict Defined Hepatitis B virus Induced Cirrhosis

Xu Yang, Wu Xiao-Ning, Shi Yi-Wen, Wei Wei, Yang Ai-Ting, Sun Ya-Meng, Zhao Wen-Shan, You Hong

Year : 2015| Volume: 128| Issue : 14 | Page no: 1867-1872

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