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    1. Man, S; Fiander, A
      Immunology of human papillomavirus infection in lower genital tract neoplasia

      BEST PRACTICE & RESEARCH IN CLINICAL OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
    2. Scott, M; Nakagawa, M; Moscicki, AB
      Cell-mediated immune response to human papillomavirus infection

      CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY IMMUNOLOGY
    3. Andrei, G; Snoeck, R; Schols, D; De Clercq, E
      Induction of apoptosis by cidofovir in human papillomavirus (HPV)-positivecells

      ONCOLOGY RESEARCH
    4. Kamradt, MC; Walter, S; Koudelik, J; Shafer, L; Weijzen, S; Velders, M; Vaughan, ATM
      Steroid-mediated inhibition of radiation-induced apoptosis in C4-1 cervical carcinoma cells is p53-dependent

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
    5. Kim, HJ; Song, ES; Hwang, TS
      Higher incidence of p53 mutation in cervical carcinomas with intermediate-risk HPV infection

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
    6. Massimi, P; Pim, D; Kuhne, C; Banks, L
      Regulation of the human papillomavirus oncoproteins by differential phosphorylation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Friesland, S; Mellin, H; Munck-Wikland, E; Nilsson, A; Lindholm, J; Dalianis, T; Lewensohn, R
      Human papilloma virus (HPV) and p53 immunostaining in advanced tonsillar carcinoma - Relation to radiotherapy response and survival

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    8. Everett, H; McFadden, G
      Viruses and apoptosis: Meddling with mitochondria

      VIROLOGY
    9. Boxman, ILA; Russell, A; Mulder, LHC; Bavinck, JNB; ter Schegget, J; Green, A
      Association between epidermodysplasia verruciformis- associated human papillomavirus DNA in plucked eyebrow hair and solar keratoses

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    10. Padlewska, K; Ramoz, N; Cassonnet, P; Riou, G; Barrois, M; Majewski, S; Croissant, O; Jablonska, S; Orth, G
      Mutation and abnormal expression of the p53 gene in the viral skin carcinogenesis of epidermodysplasia verruciformis

      JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY
    11. Webster, K; Taylor, A; Gaston, K
      Oestrogen and progesterone increase the levels of apoptosis induced by thehuman papillomavirus type 16 E2 and E7 proteins

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    12. Saito, H; Santoni, MJ; Arsanto, JP; Jaulin-Bastard, F; Le Bivic, A; Marchetto, S; Audebert, S; Isnardon, D; Adelaide, J; Birnbaum, D; Borg, JP
      Lano, a novel LAP protein directly connected to MAGUK proteins in epithelial cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    13. Riethdorf, S; Riethdorf, L; Milde-Langosch, K; Park, TW; Loning, T
      Differences in HPV 16- and HPV 18 E6/E7 oncogene expression between in situ and invasive adenocarcinomas of the cervix uteri

      VIRCHOWS ARCHIV-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    14. Hietanen, S; Lain, S; Krausz, E; Blattner, C; Lane, DP
      Activation of p53 in cervical carcinoma cells by small molecules

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    15. Kamradt, MC; Mohideen, N; Krueger, E; Walter, S; Vaughan, ATM
      Inhibition of radiation-induced apoptosis by dexamethasone in cervical carcinoma cell lines depends upon increased HPV E6/E7

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
    16. Syrjanen, SM; Syrjanen, KJ
      New concepts on the role of human papillomavirus in cell cycle regulation

      ANNALS OF MEDICINE
    17. Lowy, DR; Schiller, JT
      Papillomaviruses: prophylactic vaccine prospects

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-REVIEWS ON CANCER
    18. Adams, V; Schmid, S; Zariwala, M; Schmid, M; Kleihues, P; Briner, J; Schafer, R
      Prevalence of human papilloma virus DNA in head and neck cancers carrying wild-type or mutant p53 tumor suppressor genes

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    19. Dushku, N; Hatcher, SLS; Albert, DM; Reid, TW
      p53 expression and relation to human papillomavirus infection in pingueculae, pterygia, and limbal tumors

      ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    20. Tomita, Y; Asano, Y; Shirasawa, H
      Trans-activating activity of the E6 proteins of the human papillomavirus (HPV) type-11 and -16 on the PE1-E4 promoter of HPV-11 in C33A cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    21. Andrei, G; Snoeck, R; Piette, J; Delvenne, P; De Clercq, E
      Antiproliferative effects of acyclic nucleoside phosphonates on human papillomavirus (HPV)-harboring cell lines compared with HPV-negative cell lines

      ONCOLOGY RESEARCH
    22. INOUE T; OKA K; YONGIL H; VOUSDEN KH; KYO S; JING P; HAKURA A; YUTSUDO M
      DISPENSABILITY OF P53 DEGRADATION FOR TUMORIGENICITY AND DECREASED SERUM REQUIREMENT OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE-16E6

      Molecular carcinogenesis
    23. YAM HF; WANG ZH; OR PC; WANG SW; LI J; CHEW EC
      EFFECT OF GLUCOCORTICOID HORMONE ON NUCLEAR MATRIX IN CERVICAL-CANCERCELLS IN-VITRO

      Anticancer research
    24. Sano, T; Oyama, T; Kashiwabara, K; Fukuda, T; Nakajima, T
      Expression status of p16 protein is associated with human papillomavirus oncogenic potential in cervical and genital lesions

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    25. BURGER MPM; VANLEEUWEN AM; HOLLEMA H; QUINT WGV; PIETERS WJLM
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE INFLUENCES THE EXTENT OF CHROMOSOMAL LAG DURING MITOSIS IN CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA GRADE-III

      International journal of gynecological pathology
    26. CARUSO ML; VALENTINI AM
      LOCALIZATION OF P53 PROTEIN AND HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN LARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS LESIONS

      Anticancer research
    27. ARANY I; YEN A; TYRING SK
      P53, WAF1 CIP1 AND MDM2 EXPRESSION IN SKIN-LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS AND HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS/

      Anticancer research
    28. RUESCH MN; LAIMINS LA
      INITIATION OF DNA-SYNTHESIS BY HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS E7 ONCOPROTEINS IS RESISTANT TO P21-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF CYCLIN E-CDK2 ACTIVITY

      Journal of virology
    29. TORNESELLO ML; BUONAGURO FM; MEGLIO A; BUONAGURO L; BETHGIRALDO E; GIRALDO G
      SEQUENCE VARIATIONS AND VIRAL GENOMIC STATE OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE-16 IN PENILE CARCINOMAS FROM UGANDAN PATIENTS

      Journal of General Virology
    30. HE YG; WENG J; LI Q; KNAUF HP; WILSON SE
      FUCHS CORNEAL ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS TRANSDUCED WITH THE HUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS E6 E7 ONCOGENES/

      Experimental Eye Research
    31. HUIBREGTSE JM; BEAUDENON SL
      MECHANISM OF HPV E6 PROTEINS IN CELLULAR-TRANSFORMATION

      Seminars in cancer biology
    32. DAVIS P; BAZAR K; HUPER G; LOZANO G; MARKS J; IGLEHART JD
      DOMINANCE OF WILD-TYPE P53-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN BREAST EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Oncogene
    33. FUNAOKA K; SHINDOH M; YAMASHITA T; FUJINAGA K; AMEMIYA A; TOTSUKA Y
      HIGH-RISK HPV-POSITIVE HUMAN CANCER CELL-LINES SHOW DIFFERENT SENSITIVITY TO CISPLATIN-INDUCED APOPTOSIS CORRELATED WITH THE P21(WAF1 CIP1)LEVEL/

      Cancer letters
    34. TOREN A; BENBASSAT I; RECHAVI G
      INFECTIOUS AGENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS IN LYMPHOID MALIGNANCIES

      Blood reviews
    35. WALI A; STRAYER DS
      REGULATION OF P53-GENE EXPRESSION BY A POXVIRAL TRANSCRIPTION-FACTOR

      Virology
    36. BUCHER K; SZALAI G; MARTI E; GRIOTWENK ME; LAZARY S
      TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE P53 IN THE HORSE - IDENTIFICATION, CLONING, SEQUENCING AND A POSSIBLE ROLE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF EQUINE SARCOID

      Research in Veterinary Science
    37. MURALIDHAR S; DONIGER J; MENDELSON E; ARAUJO JC; KASHANCHI F; AZUMI N; BRADY JN; ROSENTHAL LJ
      HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS MTRII ONCOPROTEIN BINDS TO P53 AND DOWN-REGULATES P53-ACTIVATED TRANSCRIPTION

      Journal of virology
    38. MONSONEGO J
      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PATHOGENESIS OF CE RVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Contraception fertilite sexualite
    39. KOMISSAROVA EV; SOYFER MV; PAVLOVA LS; KISSELJOV FL
      THE STATE OF IMMORTALIZED, TRANSFORMING AND SUPPRESSOR GENES IN RAT-CELLS, TRANSFECTED BY POLYOMAVIRUS LARGE-T AND HPV18 E6+E7 GENES

      Oncology Reports
    40. FOGEL S; AHOMADEGBE JC; LEBIHAN ML; BARROIS M; RIOU G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW P53-MUTATED AND HPV-NEGATIVE HUMAN SQUAMOUS-CELL CERVICAL CARCINOMA-DERIVED CELL-LINE

      International journal of oncology
    41. AMORTEGUI AJ; MEYER MP; ELBORNE VL; AMIN RM
      P53, RETINOBLASTOMA GENE-PRODUCT, AND CYCLIN PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS VIRUS DNA-POSITIVE CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA AND INVASIVE CANCER

      Modern pathology
    42. ALVAREZSALAS LM; VELAZQUEZ A; LOPEZBAYGHEN E; WOODWORTH CD; GARRIDO E; GARIGLIO P; DIPAOLO JA
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION IN NORMAL HUMAN KERATINOCYTES BY WILD-TYPEAND MUTANT P53

      Cancer letters
    43. WILSON SE; WENG J; BLAIR S; HE YG; LLOYD S
      EXPRESSION OF E6 E7 OR SV40 LARGE T-ANTIGEN-CODING ONCOGENES IN HUMANCORNEAL ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS INDICATES REGULATED HIGH-PROLIFERATIVE/

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    44. ALVAREZSALAS LM; LOPEZBAYGHEN E
      GENETIC-REGULATION OF HUMAN GENITAL PAPIL LOMAVIRUS

      Salud publica de Mexico
    45. RANKI A; LASSUS J; NIEMI KM
      RELATION OF P53 TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN EXPRESSION TO HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) DNA AND TO CELLULAR ATYPIA IN MALE GENITAL WARTS AND IN PREMALIGNANT LESIONS

      Acta dermato-venereologica
    46. SPANDAU DF
      DISTINCT CONFORMATIONS OF P53 ARE OBSERVED AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Oncogene
    47. KAMEL D; TURPEENNIEMIHUJANEN T; VAHAKANGAS K; PAAKKO P; SOINI Y
      PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN BUT NOT P53 OR HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA CORRELATES WITH ADVANCED CLINICAL STAGE IN RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA

      Histopathology
    48. AGRAWAL RS; AGRAWAL YP; MANTYJARVI RA
      FLOW CYTOMETRIC QUANTITATION OF C-MYC AND P53 PROTEINS IN BOVINE PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE 1-TRANSFORMED PRIMARY MOUSE FIBROBLASTS

      Cytometry
    49. VECCHIONE A; CERMELE C; GIOVAGNOLI MR; VALLI C; ALIMANDI M; CARICO E; ESPOSITO DL; MARIANICOSTANTINI R; FRENCH D
      P53 EXPRESSION AND GENETIC-EVIDENCE FOR VIRAL-INFECTION IN INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA OF THE UTERINE CERVIX

      Gynecologic oncology
    50. DEMERS GW; FOSTER SA; HALBERT CL; GALLOWAY DA
      GROWTH ARREST BY INDUCTION OF P53 IN DNA DAMAGED KERATINOCYTES IS BYPASSED BY HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16 E7

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. BROWN DR; DEB S; MUNOZ RM; SUBLER MA; DEB SP
      THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR P53 AND THE ONCOPROTEIN SIMIAN VIRUS-40 T-ANTIGEN BIND TO OVERLAPPING DOMAINS ON THE MDM2 PROTEIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. OLINER JD
      DISCERNING THE FUNCTION OF P53 BY EXAMINING ITS MOLECULAR-INTERACTIONS

      BioEssays
    53. BUTZ K; HOPPESEYLER F
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) ONCOGENE EXPRESSION - COMPOSITION OF THE HPV TYPE-18 UPSTREAM REGULATORY REGION

      Journal of virology
    54. PAQUETTE RL; LEE YY; WILCZYNSKI SP; KARMAKAR A; KIZAKI M; MILLER CW; KOEFFLER HP
      MUTATIONS OF P53 AND HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION IN CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Cancer


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