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Transmissibility and treatment failures of different types of human papillomavirusGAL, D; FRIEDMAN, M; MITRANI-ROSENBAUM, S et al.Obstetrics and gynecology (New York. 1953). 1989, Vol 73, Num 3, pp 308-311, issn 0029-7844, 1Article

Effects of cytokines on long control region transcriptional activity in high-risk cutaneous human papillomavirus types 5 and 8DONALISIO, Manuela; POLI, Alice; CIVRA, Andrea et al.Archives of virology. 2010, Vol 155, Num 4, pp 583-587, issn 0304-8608, 5 p.Article

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Type 16 and Type 18 DNA Loads at Baseline and Persistence of Type-Specific Infection during a 2-Year Follow-UpLONG FU XI; HUGHES, James P; EDELSTEIN, Zoe R et al.The Journal of infectious diseases. 2009, Vol 200, Num 11, pp 1789-1797, issn 0022-1899, 9 p.Article

Correlation between content of viral DNA and evidence of mature virus particles in HPV-1, HPV-4, and HPV-6 induced virus acanthomataGRUSSENDORF-CONEN, E.-I; GISSMANN, L; HOLTERS, J et al.Journal of investigative dermatology. 1983, Vol 81, Num 6, pp 511-513, issn 0022-202XArticle

Production of recombinant virus-like particles from human papillomavirus types 6 and 11, and study of serological reactivities between HPV 6, 11, 16 and 45 by ELISA : implications for papillomavirus prevention and detectionTOUZE, A; DUPUY, C; MAHE, D et al.FEMS microbiology letters. 1998, Vol 160, Num 1, pp 111-118, issn 0378-1097Article

Impact of baseline covariates on the immunogenidty of a quadrivalent (types 6, 11, 16, and 18) human papillomavirus virus-like-particle vaccineGIULIANO, Anna R; LAZCANO-PONCE, Eduardo; VUOCOLO, Scott C et al.The Journal of infectious diseases. 2007, Vol 196, Num 8, pp 1153-1162, issn 0022-1899, 10 p.Article

Compromised Spindle Assembly Checkpoint due to Altered Expression of Ubch10 and Cdc20 in Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6-and E7-Expressing KeratinocytesPATEL, Daksha; MCCANCE, Dennis J.Journal of virology. 2010, Vol 84, Num 21, pp 10956-10964, issn 0022-538X, 9 p.Article

Binding of Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 to E6AP Is Not Required for Activation of hTERTSEKARIC, Pedja; CHERRY, Jonathan J; ANDROPHY, Elliot J et al.Journal of virology. 2008, Vol 82, Num 1, pp 71-76, issn 0022-538X, 6 p.Article

Systematic Analysis of the Amino Acid Residues of Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E7 Conserved Region 3 Involved in Dimerization and TransformationTODOROVIC, Biljana; MASSIMI, Paola; HUNG, Katherine et al.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 19, pp 10048-10057, issn 0022-538X, 10 p.Article

Lack of heterogeneity of HPV16 E7 sequence compared with HPV31 and HPV73 may be related to its unique carcinogenic propertiesSAFAEIAN, Mahboobeh; VAN DOORSLAER, Koenraad; SCHIFFMAN, Mark et al.Archives of virology. 2010, Vol 155, Num 3, pp 367-370, issn 0304-8608, 4 p.Article

Tissue-Spanning Redox Gradient-Dependent Assembly of Native Human Papillomavirus Type 16 VirionsCONWAY, Michael J; ALAM, Samina; RYNDOCK, Eric J et al.Journal of virology. 2009, Vol 83, Num 20, pp 10515-10526, issn 0022-538X, 12 p.Article

The PDZ Binding Motif of Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 Induces PTPN13 Loss, Which Allows Anchorage-Independent Growth and Synergizes with Ras for Invasive GrowthSPANOS, William C; HOOVER, Andrew; HARRIS, George F et al.Journal of virology. 2008, Vol 82, Num 5, pp 2493-2500, issn 0022-538X, 8 p.Article

The Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E5 Oncoprotein Translocates Calpactin I to the Perinuclear RegionKRAWCZYK, Ewa; SUPRYNOWICZ, Frank A; HEBERT, Jess D et al.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 21, pp 10968-10975, issn 0022-538X, 8 p.Article

Search for cellular partners of human papillomavirus type 16 E2 proteinOLEJNIK-SCHMIDT, Agnieszka K; SCHMIDT, Marcin T; KEDZIA, Witold et al.Archives of virology. 2008, Vol 153, Num 5, pp 983-990, issn 0304-8608, 8 p.Article

Cytology and Human Papillomavirus Testing 6 to 12 Months after ASCUS or LSIL Cytology in Organized Screening To Predict High-Grade Cervical Neoplasia between Screening RoundsTROPE, Ameli; SJOBORG, Katrine D; NYGARD, Mari et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 2012, Vol 50, Num 6, pp 1927-1935, issn 0095-1137, 9 p.Article

Oncogenic human papillomavirus (HPV) type distribution and HPV type 16 E6 variants in two Spanish population groups with different levels of HPV infection riskORTIZ, M; TORRES, M; MUNOZ, L et al.Journal of clinical microbiology (Print). 2006, Vol 44, Num 4, pp 1428-1434, issn 0095-1137, 7 p.Article

Human papillomavirus type 16 DNA sequenceSEEDORF, K; KRAMMER, G; DURST, M et al.Virology (New York, NY). 1985, Vol 145, Num 1, pp 181-185, issn 0042-6822Article

NFX1 Plays a Role in Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 Activation of NFKB ActivityMEI XU; KATZENELLENBOGEN, Rachel A; GRANDORI, Carla et al.Journal of virology. 2010, Vol 84, Num 21, pp 11461-11469, issn 0022-538X, 9 p.Article

Determination of human papillomavirus 16 physical status through E1/E6 and E2/E6 ratio analysisTSAKOGIANNIS, Dimitris; KYRIAKOPOULOU, Zaharoula; ANNA RUETHER, Irina Georgia et al.Journal of medical microbiology. 2014, Vol 63, Num 12, pp 1716-1723, issn 0022-2615, 8 p.Article

Functional implication of sequence variation in the long control region and E2 gene among human papillomavirus type 18 variantsLOPEZ-SAAVEDRA, Alejandro; GONZILEZ-MAYA, Leticia; PONCE-DE-LEON, Sergio et al.Archives of virology. 2009, Vol 154, Num 5, pp 747-754, issn 0304-8608, 8 p.Article

Functional Mapping of the Human Papillomavirus Type 16 El CistronLACE, Michael J; ANSON, James R; TUREK, Lubomir P et al.Journal of virology. 2008, Vol 82, Num 21, pp 10724-10734, issn 0022-538X, 11 p.Article

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) 6, 11, 16, and 18 Seroprevalence is Associated with Sexual Practice and Age: Results from the Multinational HPV Infection in Men Study (HIM Study)BEIBEI LU; VISCIDI, Raphael P; SMITH, Danelle C et al.Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention. 2011, Vol 20, Num 5, pp 990-1002, issn 1055-9965, 13 p.Article

Human papillomavirus and herpes simplex virus in vulvar squamous cell carcinoma in situKAUFMAN, R. H; BORNSTEIN, J; ADAM, E et al.American journal of obstetrics and gynecology. 1988, Vol 158, Num 4, pp 862-871, issn 0002-9378Conference Paper

A survey of seroprevalence of human papillomavirus types 16, 18 and 33 among childrenGEIJERSSTAM, V. A. F; EKLUND, C; WANG, Z et al.International journal of cancer. 1999, Vol 80, Num 4, pp 489-493, issn 0020-7136Article

Immunogenicity and Safety of the Human Papillomavirus 6, 11, 16, 18 Vaccine in HIV-Infected Young WomenKAHN, Jessica A; JIAHONG XU; KAPOGIANNIS, Bill G et al.Clinical infectious diseases. 2013, Vol 57, Num 5, pp 735-744, issn 1058-4838, 10 p.Article

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