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Hepatitis E Virus Infection: Circulation, Molecular Epidemiology, and Impact on Global Health

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Pallerla, Srinivas Reddy ; Harms, Dominik ; Johne, Reimar ; Todt, Daniel ; Steinmann, Eike ; Schemmerer, Mathias ; Wenzel, Jürgen J. ; Hofmann, Jörg ; Shih, James Wai Kuo ; Wedemeyer, Heiner ; Bock, C.-Thomas ; Velavan, Thirumalaisamy P.
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Infection with hepatitis E virus (HEV) represents the most common source of viral hepatitis globally. Although infecting over 20 million people annually in endemic regions, with major outbreaks described since the 1950s, hepatitis E remains an underestimated disease. This review gives a current view of the global circulation and epidemiology of this emerging virus. The history of HEV, from the ...


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