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b r a z j i n f e c t d i s . 2 0 1 5;1 9(5):473-478 intermediate growth rate (r = 0.32). An evident exponential growth (r = 0.26) was found for hepatitis C virus-1b between 1980 and the mid-1990s. Conclusions: After an initial period of exponential growth, the expansion of the three main subtypes began to decrease. Hepatitis C virus-1b presented inflated genetic diversity, and its transmission may have been sustained by different generations and transmission routes other than blooddoi:10.1016/j.bjid.2015.06.010 pmid:26296325 fatcat:qtry4e745bbk7j2qj5wadui4wm