The hepatitis G infection is a newly discovered form of liver inflammation caused by the hepatitis G virus, which has a distant relation to the hepatitis C virus. Hepatitis G infection is a blood-borne infection, so prevention relies on avoiding any contact with infected blood. Hepatitis G infection is diagnosed through costly and complex DNA testing. What is known about hepatitis G infection proves that it is a mild and ephemeral infection, and the chance of liver damage is unclear.
Hepatitis G Infection Bioinformatics Tool
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