Abstract. Anti‐HBs, anti‐HBc and anti‐HBe were tested in blood donors negative for HBsAg by radio‐ and enzyme‐immunoassay. In this population 6.4% of the donors were positive for at least one type of antibody to HBV: 4.0% for anti‐HBs, 2.3% for anti‐HBc and 4.3% for anti‐HBe. Two sera (0.2%) were exclusively positive for anti‐HBc, eight sera (2.2%) were weakly positive only for anti‐HBe. Further studies of the infectivity of such samples might be of interest.
Vox Sanguinis – Wiley
Published: Jul 1, 1979
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