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Treatment for HBV infection with entecavir followed by lamivudine results in virologic rebound

Treatment for HBV infection with entecavir followed by lamivudine results in virologic rebound

Sequential treatment with Entecavir and Lamivudine results in rebound of hepatitis B virus

Sequential treatment with Entecavir and Lamivudine results in rebound of hepatitis B virus

DGP/tTG Screen assay may be best initial test for suspected celiac disease: Study

DGP/tTG Screen assay may be best initial test for suspected celiac disease: Study

Asbestos induces cell necrosis, promotes tumor growth

Asbestos induces cell necrosis, promotes tumor growth

HSV-2 can reactivate throughout the genital tract

HSV-2 can reactivate throughout the genital tract

Jagiellonian University to develop modern reagents for serological tests

Jagiellonian University to develop modern reagents for serological tests

Lyme disease emerging in Canada

Lyme disease emerging in Canada

CSL Behring receives FDA approval of RiaSTAP

CSL Behring receives FDA approval of RiaSTAP

The prevalence of gluten-sensitive enteropathy in iron-deficient anemia patients

The prevalence of gluten-sensitive enteropathy in iron-deficient anemia patients

FDA approves DNA test to measure hepatitis B viral load

FDA approves DNA test to measure hepatitis B viral load

Improved diagnosis of cutaneous leishmaniasis thanks to new techniques

Improved diagnosis of cutaneous leishmaniasis thanks to new techniques

AACR's Sixth Annual Landon Awards recognize Richard Kolodner, Douglas Lowy and John Schiller

AACR's Sixth Annual Landon Awards recognize Richard Kolodner, Douglas Lowy and John Schiller

Elite suppressors of HIV to change how scientists monitor spread of disease

Elite suppressors of HIV to change how scientists monitor spread of disease

Dual testing better for monitoring new cases of HIV

Dual testing better for monitoring new cases of HIV

International pharmaceutical industries and governments are failing to develop and produce AIDS medicines

International pharmaceutical industries and governments are failing to develop and produce AIDS medicines