Serum Neutralization Activity Declines but Memory B Cells Persist after Cure of Chronic Hepatitis C

Investigators archived sera and mononuclear cells that were prospectively collected up to 18 years after cure of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection to determine the role of HCV antigen in maintaining neutralizing antibody and B cell responses.
[Nature Communications]
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