Interleukin-28B Polymorphism Improves Viral Kinetics and Is the Strongest Pretreatment Predictor of Sustained Virologic Response in Genotype 1 Hepatitis C Virus

Alexander J. Thompson, Andrew J. Muir, Mark S. Sulkowski, Dongliang Ge, Jacques Fellay, Kevin V. Shianna, Thomas Urban, Nezam H. Afdhal, Ira M. Jacobson, Rafael Esteban, Fred Poordad, Eric J. Lawitz, Jonathan McCone, Mitchell L. Shiffman, Greg W. Galler, William M. Lee, Robert Reindollar, John W. King, Paul Y. Kwo, Reem H. GhalibBradley Freilich, Lisa M. Nyberg, Stefan Zeuzem, Thierry Poynard, David M. Vock, Karen S. Pieper, Keyur Patel, Hans L. Tillmann, Stephanie Noviello, Kenneth Koury, Lisa D. Pedicone, Clifford A. Brass, Janice K. Albrecht, David B. Goldstein, John G. McHutchison

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