Correlation of CXCL12 expression and FoxP3+ cell infiltration with human papillomavirus infection and clinicopathological progression of cervical cancer.

@article{Jaafar2009CorrelationOC,
  title={Correlation of CXCL12 expression and FoxP3+ cell infiltration with human papillomavirus infection and clinicopathological progression of cervical cancer.},
  author={Fatimah Jaafar and Elda Righi and Victoria Lindstrom and Christine E Linton and Mahrokh Nohadani and Susan Van Noorden and Tyler Lloyd and Joshua Poznansky and Gordon Stamp and Roberto Dina and Dulcie V. Coleman and Mark C. Poznansky},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={2009},
  volume={175 4},
  pages={1525-35}
}
Human cervical cancer is an immunogenic tumor with a defined pattern of histopathological and clinical progression. Tumor-infiltrating T cells contribute to immune control of this tumor; however, cervical cancer dysregulates this immune response both through its association with human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and by producing cytokines and chemokines… CONTINUE READING