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The human papillomavirus (HPV)-related cancer biology: An overview.
Bovine papillomavirus in beef cattle: first description of BPV-12 and putative type BAPV8 in Brazil.
The presence of BAPV8 and BPV-12 in Brazil emphasizes the ubiquitous dissemination of BPVs in the herds of Brazil.
Low-Level Laser Therapy (780 nm) on VEGF Modulation at Partially Injured Achilles Tendon.
LLLT did not stimulate the expression of VEGF in the treated Achilles tendons, and the V EGF levels remained close to normal when comparing the experimental groups with the Control group.
Low-level laser therapy on tissue repair of partially injured achilles tendon in rats.
LLLT stimulated collagen I proliferation, improving the injured Achilles tendons' healing process, and exhibited a higher percentage of type I collagen and a lower percentage oftype III collagen in LASER groups.
Hyperproliferative action of bovine papillomavirus: genetic and histopathological aspects.
Findings support the oncogenic action of BPV in establishing a favorable microenvironment for oncogenesis and show that BPV-2, 5, and 9 exhibit the same level of clastogenicity.
Low-level laser therapy in IL-1β, COX-2, and PGE2 modulation in partially injured Achilles tendon
LLLT decreased Achilles tendon’s inflammatory process and evaluated IL-1β, COX-2, and PGE2 modulation in partially injured Achilles tendons treated with low-level laser therapy (LLLT).
Mutagenic Potential ofBos taurus Papillomavirus Type 1 E6 Recombinant Protein: First Description
Evaluated the mutagenic potential of Bos taurus papillomavirus type 1 (BPV-1) E6 recombinant oncoprotein by the cytokinesis-block micronucleus assay (CBMNA) and comet assay (CA) revealed that this oncop protein can induce carcinogenesis per se and better understanding the mechanism of cancer promotion associated with the BPV E6 oncop Protein.
Ultrastructural and Cytotoxic Effects of Metarhizium robertsii Infection on Rhipicephalus microplus Hemocytes
This study addressed the first report of fungal cytotoxicity analyzing ultrastructural effects on hemocytes of R. microplus infected with entomopathogenic fungi, opening new perspectives for the comprehension of ticks physiology and pathology, allowing the identification of new targets for the biological control.