Correlation between detection of anti-viral antibody and histopathological disease activity in an epidemic of hepatitis C View Full Text


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1992-03

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Y. Fukuda, H. Nagura, T. Takayama, M. Imoto, M. Shibata, T. Kudo, T. Morishima, T. Miyamura, Y. Nagai

ABSTRACT

There was an epidemic of non-A non-B hepatitis in a small area of a town in the central part of Japan, which began with an outbreak of several patients in 1981 and then spread extensively with the result that about one third of the inhabitants showed abnormality in serum liver function tests at the health check performed in 1985. We determined histological diagnoses on that occasion for 167 individuals of the abnormal population and recently assayed antibodies against hepatitis C virus (HCV) for most of their sera left available. Histologically, chronic active hepatitis (CAH) was the major pattern, accounting for 59.3% (99 cases) of the total. Others were chronic persistent hepatitis (CPH) (13.2%), chronic lobular hepatitis (CLH) (16.2%), liver cirrhosis (LC) (6.6%) and fatty liver (4.8%). In the serological studies, the newly developed system to detect antibodies against the viral core protein p 22 was found to be much more sensitive than the conventional system to detect anti C 100-3 antibodies. By using these two methods in combination, we found that 82% were antibody-positive, indicating strong implication of HCV in this epidemic. This was further supported by direct detection of the viral genome in patients' sera by polymerase chain reaction following reverse transcription. We further found a strong correlation between the histological inflammatory activity and the antibody prevalence, since nearly all (97.6%) of the CAH cases were antibody-positive by at least either of the antibody assays, while only about 50% were positive in the less active cases such as CPH and CLH. More... »

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171-178

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