Exploring the Papillomaviral Proteome to Identify Potential Candidates for a Chimeric Vaccine against Cervix Papilloma Using Immunomics and Computational Structural Vaccinology

@inproceedings{Kaliamurthi2019ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the Papillomaviral Proteome to Identify Potential Candidates for a Chimeric Vaccine against Cervix Papilloma Using Immunomics and Computational Structural Vaccinology},
  author={Satyavani Kaliamurthi and Gurudeeban Selvaraj and Sathishkumar Chinnasamy and Qiankun Wang and Asma Sindhoo Nangraj and William Chi Shing Cho and Keren Gu and Dongqing Wei},
  booktitle={Viruses},
  year={2019}
}
The human papillomavirus (HPV) 58 is considered to be the second most predominant genotype in cervical cancer incidents in China. HPV type-restriction, non-targeted delivery, and the highcost of existing vaccines necessitate continuing research on the HPV vaccine. We aimed to explore the papillomaviral proteome in order to identify potential candidates for a chimeric vaccine against cervix papilloma using computational immunology and structural vaccinology approaches. Two overlapped epitope… CONTINUE READING

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