Canine oral papillomavirus
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Papillomaviruses infect epithelial cells, and depend on epithelial differentiation for completion of their life cycle. The… Expand Canine oral papillomavirus (COPV) infection is used in vaccine development against mucosal papillomaviruses. The predictable… Expand ABSTRACT The prophylactic papillomavirus vaccines currently in clinical trials are composed of viral L1 capsid protein that is… Expand Canine oral papillomavirus (COPV) infection of naive beagle dogs causes oral papillomas, most of which spontaneously regress… Expand Papillomaviruses occasionally cause severe, nonregressing or recurrent infections in their human and animal hosts. The mechanisms… Expand Nineteen cutaneous and mucocutaneous papillomas, as well as 29 oral and 25 non-oral squamous cell carcinomas of dogs were… Expand Infection of mucosal epithelium by papillomaviruses is responsible for the induction of genital and oral warts and plays a… Expand A formalin-inactivated canine oral papilloma homogenate was used as a vaccine to prevent infection by the oncogenic, mucosotropic… Expand The canine oral papillomavirus (COPV) is associated with oropharyngeal papillomatosis in dogs, coyotes, and wolves. We have… Expand A spectrum of proliferative cutaneous lesions occurred in 12 dogs at the injection site of live canine oral papillomavirus (COP… Expand