Natália von Gal Milanezi

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More than 100 HPV types have been described, 13 of which are classified as high-risk due to their association with the development of cervical cancer. The intratype genomic diversity of HPV-16 and -18 has been studied extensively, while little data have been generated for other less common high-risk types. The present study explores the nucleotide(More)
HPV-18 is the second most prevalent human papillomavirus genotype found in cervical cancer. Nucleotide variations in HPV-18 sequence can interfere with the viral oncogenic potential. However, the knowledge about HPV-18 variants in Brazil is still limited. The present study aims to determine the LCR, E6, and L1 genetic variability of HPV-18 variants found in(More)
Aspergillus niger van Tieghem LPM 93 was shown in an earlier study to produce the most thermostable β-xylanase, which was effective for improving brightness and delignification of non-delignified and oxygen-bleached samples of eucalyptus kraft pulp. Here, we report the production, purification, and characterization of a xylan-degrading enzyme (XynI) from(More)
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