Leader Human papillomavirus infection with particular reference to genital disease

@inproceedings{Sonnex1998LeaderHP,
  title={Leader Human papillomavirus infection with particular reference to genital disease},
  author={Christopher Sonnex},
  year={1998}
}
Papillomaviruses were originally grouped together with the polyomaviruses in a single taxonomic group, the Papovaviridae. The division into two separate groups was based on genomic organisation, virion size (polyomaviruses being smaller (50 nm) than papillomaviruses (55 nm)), and on their diVering molecular patterns of replication. Papillomaviruses are epitheliotropic, with the exception of bovine papillomaviruses (BPV) which can induce equine sarcoid and fibropapillomas, and infection across… CONTINUE READING

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Papillomaviruses were originally grouped together with the polyomaviruses in a single taxonomic group , the Papovaviridae .
Papillomaviruses were originally grouped together with the polyomaviruses in a single taxonomic group , the Papovaviridae .
Papillomaviruses were originally grouped together with the polyomaviruses in a single taxonomic group , the Papovaviridae .
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