Viral DNA sequences in peripheral blood and vertical transmission of the virus: a discussion about BPV-1

@article{Freitas2003ViralDS,
  title={Viral DNA sequences in peripheral blood and vertical transmission of the virus: a discussion about BPV-1},
  author={Antonio Carlos de Freitas and C. Carvalho and O. Brunner and Eduardo Harry Birgel-Junior and Alice Maria Melville Paiva Dellalibera and F. J. Benesi and L. Gregory and W. Beçak and R. C. S. D. Santos},
  journal={Brazilian Journal of Microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={76-78}
}
  • Antonio Carlos de Freitas, C. Carvalho, +6 authors R. C. S. D. Santos
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Brazilian Journal of Microbiology
  • This study has detected BPV-1 DNA sequences in wart, blood and plasma samples collected from animals affected by papillomatosis, suggesting viral presence inside the cell. We sellected an animal in which we could detect BPV-1 DNA sequences in wart, blood, placenta and amniotic liquid samples and her offspring which presented BPV-1 DNA sequences in blood sample collected immediately after birth. These results show a possible vertical transmission of BPV-1. 
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