The presence of SENV and TTV infections among 50 patients who had undergone liver transplantation was evaluated. UTR amplification showed that 46 (92%) sera were positive. ORF-1 amplification showed that 25 (50%) patients were positive for either SENV (51.3%), TTV (10.8%), or both (37.8%) all confirmed by sequencing and phylogenetic analysis. SENV-D and SENV-H were the most prevalent viruses. The phylogenetic analysis of isolates showed that whereas SENV-D and SENV-G viruses showed sequence stability and strain persistence, SENV-H had cleared or mutated. Biological differences seem to exist among different genotypes in terms of viral replication and their persistence.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 1, 2004
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