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Efficient Self-Assembly ofHumanPapillomavirus Type16LI andL1-L2intoVirus-Like Particles

@inproceedings{Kirnbauer1993EfficientSO,
  title={Efficient Self-Assembly ofHumanPapillomavirus Type16LI andL1-L2intoVirus-Like Particles},
  author={Reinhard Kirnbauer and Janet Taub and Heather L. Greenstone and Richard B. S. Roden and Maythias Durst and Lutz Prof Dr Gissmann},
  year={1993}
}
Antiviral Therapy for Human Papillomaviruses: Rationale and Prospects
TLDR
The current state of antiviral investigations and the prospects for the development of potent and clinically useful therapies for inhibiting HPV replication and pathology are examined.

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