An update on viral association of human cancers

@article{Zhang2013AnUO,
  title={An update on viral association of human cancers},
  author={Xiangning Zhang and Zhe Zhang and Biying Zheng and Zhiwei He and G{\"o}sta Winberg and Ingemar Ernberg},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2013},
  volume={158},
  pages={1433-1443}
}
Up to now, seven viruses that infect humans have been identified as oncogenic and are closely associated with different human cancers. Most of them encode oncogenes whose products play important roles in the development of cancers in the context of environmental and genetic factors; others may act via indirect mechanisms. The transforming activities of the human oncogenic viruses have much in common with the well-studied tumorigenic processes elicited by the acutely transforming murine… CONTINUE READING

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