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Progressive increase of human papillomavirus carriage rates in potentially malignant and malignant oral disorders with increasing malignant potential.
INTRODUCTION We investigated the potential role of human papillomaviruses (HPVs) in potentially malignant oral disorders, oral leukoplakia (OL) and oral lichen planus (OLP), and in oral squamous cellExpand
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Epstein-Barr virus prevalence in oral squamous cell cancer and in potentially malignant oral disorders in an eastern Hungarian population.
We tested 65, 44, and 116 patients with oral squamous cell cancer (OSCC), oral leukoplakia (OL), and oral lichen planus (OLP) against 68 age-matched controls for the presence of Epstein-Barr virusExpand
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A Possible Stimulatory Effect of FMRFamide on Neural Nitric Oxide Production in the Central Nervous System of Helix lucorum L.
The anatomical and functional relationship between neurons expressing nitric oxide (NO) synthase and molluscan cardioexcitatory (FMRFamide)-like neuropeptides was studied in the central ganglia ofExpand
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Investigation of the occurrence of torque tenovirus in malignant and potentially malignant disorders associated with human papillomavirus
In a previous pilot study, a significantly poorer outcome of laryngeal cancer was found in patients co‐infected with human papillomavirus (HPV) and genogroup 1 torque tenovirus (TTV). The presentExpand
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In vivo application of a small molecular weight antifungal protein of Penicillium chrysogenum (PAF).
The antifungal protein of Penicillium chrysogenum (PAF) inhibits the growth of important pathogenic filamentous fungi, including members of the Aspergillus family and some dermatophytes. Furthermore,Expand
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Genomic differences in the background of different severity in juvenile-onset respiratory papillomatoses associated with human papillomavirus type 11
This study aimed to compare complete genome sequences of human papillomavirus (HPV) type 11 from two solitary papillomas (considered minimally aggressive), two moderately (six and nine episodes) andExpand
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Virological failure of intralesional cidofovir therapy in recurrent respiratory papillomatosis is not associated with genetic or epigenetic changes of HPV11: complete genome comparison of sequential
Five sequential human papillomavirus type 11 (HPV11) positive samples collected from an aggressive juvenile onset recurrent respiratory papillomatosis before, during and after intralesional cidofovirExpand
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Frequency of Genetic and Epigenetic Alterations of p14ARF and p16INK4A in Head and Neck Cancer in a Hungarian Population
Occurrence of genetic and epigenetic alterations affecting p14ARF and p16INK4A were investigated in tumour samples of 37 oral (OSCC) and 28 laryngeal squamous cell cancer (LSCC) patients, andExpand
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Application of a low molecular weight antifungal protein from Penicillium chrysogenum (PAF) to treat pulmonary aspergillosis in mice
PAF, a small antifungal protein from Penicillium chrysogenum, inhibits the growth of several pathogenic filamentous fungi, including members of the Aspergillus genus. PAF has been proven to have noExpand
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Biofungicide utilizations of antifungal proteins of filamentous ascomycetes: current and foreseeable future developments
Today’s dearth of effective antimicrobial agents can be overcome by the use of antimicrobial proteins, which are produced naturally by a wide range of organisms including microorganisms, plants andExpand
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