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Volume 12, Number 2—February 2006

Perspective

Detecting Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Mutants

Paul F. Coleman*Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: *Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, Illinois, USA

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Gly/Arg 145 mutant in the projecting amino acid 139–147 antigenic loop of the "a" determinant. This mutant produces false-negative results in some commercial assays. Image courtesy of Y.C. Chen et al. (11).

Figure. Gly/Arg 145 mutant in the projecting amino acid 139–147 antigenic loop of the "a" determinant. This mutant produces false-negative results in some commercial assays. Image courtesy of Y.C. Chen et al. (11).

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