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    1. Tonon, SA; Picconi, MA; Bos, PD; Zinovich, JB; Galuppo, J; Alonio, LV; Teyssie, AR
      Physical status of the E2 human papilloma virus 16 viral gene in cervical preneoplastic and neoplastic lesions

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL VIROLOGY
    2. Lee, ES; Whang, MR; Kang, WH
      Absence of human papillomavirus DNA in nongenital seborrheic keratosis

      JOURNAL OF KOREAN MEDICAL SCIENCE
    3. Jenkins, D
      Diagnosing human papillomaviruses: recent advances

      CURRENT OPINION IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    4. Kisseljov, FL; Kisseljova, NP; Kobzeva, VK; Gritsko, TM; Semenova, LA; Pavlova, LS; Klaes, R; Doeberitz, MV
      State of human papilloma virus DNA in cervical carcinomas

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Degenhardt, YY; Silverstein, SJ
      Gps2 a protein partner for human papillomavirus E6 proteins

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Luft, F; Klaes, R; Nees, M; Durst, M; Heilmann, V; Melsheimer, P; Doeberitz, MV
      Detection of integrated papillomavirus sequences by ligation-mediated PCR (DIPS-PCR) and molecular characterization in cervical cancer cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    7. zur Hausen, H
      Cervical carcinoma and human papillomavirus: On the road to preventing a major human cancer

      JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE
    8. Rodriguez, MI; Finbow, ME; Alonso, A
      Binding of human papillomavirus 16 E5 to the 16 kDa subunit c (proteolipid) of the vacuolar H+-ATPase can be dissociated from the E5-mediated epidermal growth factor receptor overactivation

      ONCOGENE
    9. Mould, TAJ; Singer, A; Gallivan, S
      Quantitative detection of oncogenic HPV DNA using hybrid capture to triageborderline and mildly dyskaryotic Papanicolaou smears

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF GYNAECOLOGICAL ONCOLOGY
    10. Baldursson, BT; Beitner, H; Syrjanen, S
      Human papillomavirus in venous ulcers with and without squamous cell carcinoma

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    11. Sand, L; Jalouli, J; Larsson, PA; Magnusson, B; Hirsch, JM
      Presence of human papilloma viruses in intraosseous ameloblastoma

      JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY
    12. Stoler, MH
      Human papillomaviruses and cervical neoplasia: A model for carcinogenesis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGICAL PATHOLOGY
    13. Josefsson, AM; Magnusson, PKE; Ylitalo, N; Sorensen, P; Qwarforth-Tubbin, P; Andersen, PK; Melbye, M; Adami, HO; Gyllensten, UB
      Viral load of human papilloma virus 16 as a determinant for development ofcervical carcinoma in situ: a nested case-control study

      LANCET
    14. Ylitalo, N; Sorensen, P; Josefsson, AM; Magnusson, PKE; Andersen, PK; Ponten, J; Adami, HO; Gyllensten, UB; Melbye, M
      Consistent high viral load of human papillomavirus 16 and risk of cervicalcarcinoma in situ: a nested case-control study

      LANCET
    15. Francis, DA; Schmid, SI; Howley, PM
      Repression of the integrated papillomavirus E6/E7 promoter is required forgrowth suppression of cervical cancer cells

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    16. Das, BC; Gopalkrishna, V; Hedau, S; Katiyar, S
      Cancer of the uterine cervix and human papillomavirus infection

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    17. Rice, PS; Cason, J; Best, JM; Banatvala, JE
      For: High risk genital papillomavirus infections are spread vertically

      REVIEWS IN MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    18. zur Hausen, H
      Immortalization of human cells and their malignant conversion by high riskhuman papillomavirus genotypes

      SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY
    19. Tolleson, WH; Couch, LH; Melchior, WB; Jenkins, GR; Muskhelishvili, M; Muskhelishvili, L; McGarrity, LJ; Domon, O; Morris, SM; Howard, PC
      Fumonisin B-1 induces apoptosis in cultured human keratinocytes through sphinganine accumulation and ceramide depletion

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    20. Theunis, A; Andre, J; Noel, JC
      Evaluation of the role of genital human papillomavirus in the pathogenesisof ungual squamous cell carcinoma

      DERMATOLOGY
    21. Indinnimeo, M; Cicchini, C; Stazi, A; Giarnieri, E; French, D; Limiti, MR; Ghini, C; Vecchione, A
      Human papillomavirus infection and p53 nuclear overexpression in anal canal carcinoma

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    22. Assadoullina, A; de Villiers, EM; Bialasiewicz, AA; Richard, G
      Detection of human papilloma virus in tumorous and inflamed tissues of theeye

      KLINISCHE MONATSBLATTER FUR AUGENHEILKUNDE
    23. Walboomers, JMM; Jacobs, MV; Manos, MM; Bosch, FX; Kummer, JA; Shah, KV; Snijders, PJF; Peto, J; Meijer, CJLM; Munoz, N
      Human papillomavirus is a necessary cause of invasive cervical cancer worldwide

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    24. Meissner, JD
      Nucleotide sequences and further characterization of human papillomavirus DNA present in the CaSki, SiHa and HeLa cervical carcinoma cell lines

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    25. Klaes, R; Woerner, SM; Ridder, R; Wentzensen, N; Duerst, M; Schneider, A; Lotz, B; Melsheimer, P; Doeberitz, MV
      Detection of high-risk cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and cervical cancer by amplification of transcripts derived from integrated papillomavirus oncogenes

      CANCER RESEARCH
    26. Koopman, LA; Szuhai, K; van Eendenburg, JDH; Bezrookove, V; Kenter, GG; Schuuring, E; Tanke, H; Fleuren, GJ
      Recurrent integration of human papillomaviruses 16, 45, and 67 near translocation breakpoints in new cervical cancer cell lines

      CANCER RESEARCH
    27. Clavel, CE; Huu, VP; Durlach, AP; Birembaut, PL; Bernard, PM; Derancourt, CG
      Mucosal oncogenic human papillomaviruses and extragenital Bowen disease

      CANCER
    28. Nehal, KS; Levine, VJ; Ashinoff, R
      Basal cell carcinoma of the genitalia

      DERMATOLOGIC SURGERY
    29. BOHLMEYER T; LE TN; SHROYER AL; MARKHAM N; SHROYER KR
      DETECTION OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS OF THE LUNG BY POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology
    30. MCKAIG RG; BARIC RS; OLSHAN AF
      HUNAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS AND HEAD AND NECK-CANCER - EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY

      Head & neck
    31. CUESTA KH; PALAZZO JP; MITTAL KR
      DETECTION OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN VERRUCOUS CARCINOMA FROM HIV-SEROPOSITIVE PATIENTS

      Journal of cutaneous pathology
    32. Cason, J; Rice, P; Best, JM
      Transmission of cervical cancer-associated human papilloma viruses from mother to child

      INTERVIROLOGY
    33. SASS U; ANDRE J; STENE JJ; NOEL JC
      LONGITUDINAL MELANONYCHIA REVEALING AN INTRAEPIDERMAL CARCINOMA OF THE NAIL APPARATUS - DETECTION OF INTEGRATED HPV-16 DNA

      Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
    34. MA XL; UENO K; PAN ZM; HI SZ; OHYAMA M; EIZURU Y
      HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA-SEQUENCES AND P53 OVER-EXPRESSION IN LARYNGEAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMAS IN NORTHEAST CHINA

      Journal of medical virology
    35. SUR M; COOPER K
      THE ROLE OF THE HUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS IN ESOPHAGEAL CANCER

      Pathology
    36. SELINKA HC; SOTLAR K; KLINGEL K; SAUTER M; KANDOLF R; BULTMANN B
      DETECTION OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY IN CERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA GRADE-III LESIONS AND CERVICAL CARCINOMAS BY NESTED REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION-POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION AND IN SITE HYBRIDIZATION

      Laboratory investigation
    37. HARWOOD CA; SPINK PJ; SURENTHERAN T; LEIGH IM; HAWKE JLM; PROBY CM; BREUER J; MCGREGOR JM
      DETECTION OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA IN PUVA-ASSOCIATED NONMELANOMA SKIN CANCERS

      Journal of investigative dermatology
    38. HODAM JR; CREEK KE
      COMPARISON OF THE METABOLISM OF RETINOL DELIVERED TO HUMAN KERATINOCYTES EITHER BOUND TO SERUM RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN OR ADDED DIRECTLY TOTHE CULTURE-MEDIUM

      Experimental cell research
    39. INDINNIMEO M; CICCHINI C; FRENCH D; LIMITI MR; STAZI A; GIARNIERI E; VECCHIONE A
      CORRELATION BETWEEN HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION AND CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN ANAL-CANAL CARCINOMA

      Oncology Reports
    40. MCKENNA DB; OCONNOR D; KAY E; LEADER M; MURPHY GM
      THE ROLE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS IN SKIN-CANCER - CURRENT STATUS

      JEADV. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
    41. OHTA Y; TSUTSUMI K; KIKUCHI K; YASUMOTO S
      2 DISTINCT HUMAN UTERINE CERVICAL EPITHELIAL-CELL LINES ESTABLISHED AFTER TRANSFECTION WITH HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16 DNA

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    42. LAMBROPOULOS AF; DIMITRAKOPOULOS J; FRANGOULIDES E; KATOPODI R; KOTSIS A; KARAKASIS D
      INCIDENCE OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-6, HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-11, HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16, HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-18 AND HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-33 IN NORMAL ORAL-MUCOSA OF A GREEK POPULATION

      European journal of oral sciences
    43. PRAETORIUS F
      HPV-ASSOCIATED DISEASES OF ORAL-MUCOSA

      Clinics in dermatology
    44. KISELEV FL
      HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUSES - AN ETIOLOGIC FA CTOR OF CANCER OF THE CERVIX UTERI - SIGNIFICANCE FOR PRACTICAL PUBLIC-HEALTH SERVICE

      Voprosy virusologii
    45. YANG L; YAM HF; CHENGCHEW SB; WONG SW; LOOG EPL; CHEW EC
      THE ASSOCIATION OF HPV-16 DNA WITH SPECIFIC NUCLEAR MATRIX PROTEINS OF NORMAL AND CERVICAL-CARCINOMA CELL

      Anticancer research
    46. WU TC; HSIEH ST; PUROW BW; KURMAN RJ
      DEMONSTRATION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) GENOMIC AMPLIFICATION ANDVIRAL-LIKE PARTICLES FROM CASKI CELL-LINE IN SCID MICE

      Journal of virological methods
    47. HARA Y; KIMOTO T; OKUNO Y; MINEKAWA Y
      EFFECT OF HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRUS ON THE DNA OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS-18

      Journal of medical virology
    48. ANDERSON M; HANDLEY J; HOPWOOD L; MURANT S; STOWER M; MAITLAND NJ
      ANALYSIS OF PROSTATE TISSUE DNA FOR THE PRESENCE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS BY POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION, CLONING, AND AUTOMATED SEQUENCING

      Journal of medical virology
    49. BENBROOK DM; LU SN; FLANAGAN C; SHENGUNTHER J; ANGROS LH; LIGHTFOOT SA
      BIOLOGICAL ASSAY FOR ACTIVITY AND MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF RETINOIDS INCERVICAL TUMOR-CELLS

      Gynecologic oncology
    50. WELT A; HUMMEL M; NIEDOBITEK G; STEIN H
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH BRONCHIAL-CARCINOMA - EVALUATION BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Journal of pathology
    51. TILSTON P
      ANAL HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS AND ANAL CANCER

      Journal of Clinical Pathology
    52. CAPPIELLO G; GARBUGLIA AR; SALVI R; REZZA G; GIULIANI M; PEZZOTTI P; SULIGOI B; BRANCA M; MIGLIORE G; POMPONI DF; DUBALDO C; IPPOLITO G; GIACOMINI G; BENEDETTO A; SINICCO A; VOLANTE R; ERRANTE I; CECCHINI GC; QUIRINO T; AGAROSSI A; BERGAMASCO A; LOMINI M; VACCHER E; SOPRACORDEVOLE F; VISONA R; LEVENI R; SINIGOLFI L; SEGALA V; SCHIESARI A; BOSCHINI A; POZZI M; GENTILI G; MONTELLA F; SORACI R; LIUZZI G; SANSONE M; GARGIULO M; CONGEDO P; CARRIERO C
      HIV-INFECTION INCREASES THE RISK OF SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESIONS IN WOMEN WITH HPV INFECTION - AN ANALYSIS OF HPV GENOTYPES

      International journal of cancer
    53. MILLER AM; SAHL WJ; BROWN SA; YOUNG SK; QUINLAN CM; PATEL PR; BENBROOK DM; NAYLOR MF
      THE ROLE OF HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PYOGENIC GRANULOMAS

      International journal of dermatology
    54. BENBASSAT H; ROSENBAUMMITRANI S; HARTZSTARK Z; SHLOMAI Z; KLEINBERGERDORON N; GAZIT A; PLOWMAN G; LEVITZKI R; TSVIELI R; LEVITZKI A
      INHIBITORS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR KINASE AND OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE-2 ACTIVATION INDUCE GROWTH ARREST, DIFFERENTIATION, AND APOPTOSIS OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS 16-IMMORTALIZED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Cancer research
    55. NAKAMURA Y; MASHIMA Y; KAMEYAMA K; MUKAI M; OGUCHI Y
      DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION IN SQUAMOUS TUMORS OF THECONJUNCTIVA AND LACRIMAL SAC BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY, IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION, AND POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      British journal of ophthalmology
    56. SAEGUSA M; HASHIMURA M; TAKANO Y; OHBU M; OKAYASU I
      ABSENCE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS GENOMIC SEQUENCES DETECTED BY THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION IN ESOPHAGEAL AND GASTRIC CARCINOMAS IN JAPAN

      Journal of clinical pathology-Molecular pathology
    57. COOPER K; MCGEE JO
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS, INTEGRATION AND CERVICAL CARCINOGENESIS - A CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

      Journal of clinical pathology-Molecular pathology
    58. RORKE EA
      ANTISENSE HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) E6 E7 EXPRESSION, REDUCED STABILITY OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR, AND DIMINISHED GROWTH OF HPV-POSITIVE TUMOR-CELLS/

      Journal of the National Cancer Institute
    59. FORNATORA M; JONES AC; KERPEL S; FREEDMAN P
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS-ASSOCIATED ORAL EPITHELIAL DYSPLASIA (KOILOCYTICDYSPLASIA) - AN ENTITY OF UNKNOWN BIOLOGIC POTENTIAL

      Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology and endodontics
    60. LEOW CK; CHUNG CC; LAU WY; LI AKC
      MALIGNANT ANAL TUMORS IN THE CHINESE POPULATION IN HONG-KONG

      Surgical oncology
    61. ZHOU WJ; TYRING SK; BRYSK M; CHAN TS
      IMMORTALIZATION OF DIFFERENTIATED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES BY HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV)-16 DNA

      Journal of dermatological science
    62. VINCENTSALOMON A; DELAROCHEFORDIERE A; SALMON R; VALIDIRE P; ZAFRANI B; SASTREGARAU X
      FREQUENT ASSOCIATION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16 AND PAPILLOMAVIRUS-18DNA WITH ANAL SQUAMOUS-CELL AND BASALOID CARCINOMA

      Modern pathology
    63. CARMODY MW; JONES M; TARRAZA H; VARY CPH
      USE OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION TO SPECIFICALLY AMPLIFY INTEGRATED HPV-16 DNA BY VIRTUE OF ITS LINKAGE TO INTERSPERSED REPETITIVE DNA

      Molecular and cellular probes
    64. PFISTER H
      THE ROLE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN ANOGENITAL CANCER

      Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America
    65. PENG XW; LANG CM; KREIDER JW
      IMMORTALIZATION OF INBRED RABBIT KERATINOCYTES FROM A SHOPE PAPILLOMAAND TUMORIGENIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE CELLS BY EJ-RAS

      Cancer letters
    66. JOSEPH AT; MUSCROFT TJ
      RECURRENT PERIANAL WARTS AND ANAL CARCINOMA

      Genitourinary medicine
    67. ZURHAUSEN H
      ROOTS AND PERSPECTIVES OF CONTEMPORARY PAPILLOMAVIRUS RESEARCH

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    68. HODAM JR; CREEK KE
      UPTAKE AND METABOLISM OF [H-3] RETINOIC ACID DELIVERED TO HUMAN FORESKIN KERATINOCYTES EITHER BOUND TO SERUM-ALBUMIN OR ADDED DIRECTLY TO THE CULTURE-MEDIUM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    69. GILLES C; PIETTE J; PLOTON D; DOCOFENZY M; FOIDART JM
      VIRAL INTEGRATION SITES IN HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS-33-IMMORTALIZED CERVICAL KERATINOCYTE CELL-LINES

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    70. SOBTI RC; CAPALASH N; SEHGAL S; GUPTA BD; SHARMA P
      INCIDENCE OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA-VIRUS IN PATIENTS WITH INVASIVE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    71. CAVUSLU S; MANT C; STARKEY WG; BIBLE JM; BISWAS C; KELL B; RICE P; BEST JM; CASON J
      ANALYTIC SENSITIVITIES OF HYBRID-CAPTURE, CONSENSUS AND TYPE-SPECIFICPOLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTIONS FOR THE DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TYPE-16 DNA

      Journal of medical virology
    72. CHOO KB; CHEN CM; HAN CP; CHENG WTK; AU LC
      MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF CELLULAR LOCI DISRUPTED BY PAPILLOMAVIRUS-16 INTEGRATION IN CERVICAL-CANCER - FREQUENT VIRAL INTEGRATION IN TOPOLOGICALLY DESTABILIZED AND TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ACTIVE CHROMOSOMAL REGIONS

      Journal of medical virology
    73. ADAMS V; MOLL C; SCHMID M; RODRIGUES C; MOOS R; BRINER J
      DETECTION AND TYPING OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN BIOPSY AND CYTOLOGICAL SPECIMENS BY POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION AND RESTRICTION ENZYME ANALYSIS - A METHOD SUITABLE FOR SEMIAUTOMATION

      Journal of medical virology
    74. PEI XF
      THE HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS E6 E7 GENES INDUCE DISCORDANT CHANGES IN THEEXPRESSION OF CELL-GROWTH REGULATORY PROTEINS/

      Carcinogenesis
    75. NAKAO Y; YANG XL; YOKOYAMA M; PATER MM; PATER A
      MALIGNANT TRANSFORMATION OF HUMAN ECTOCERVICAL CELLS IMMORTALIZED BY HPV-18 - IN-VITRO MODEL OF CARCINOGENESIS BY CIGARETTE-SMOKE

      Carcinogenesis
    76. TOLLESON WH; MELCHIOR WB; MORRIS SM; MCGARRITY LJ; DOMON OE; MUSKHELISHVILI L; JAMES SJ; HOWARD PC
      APOPTOTIC AND ANTIPROLIFERATIVE EFFECTS OF FUMONISIN B-1 IN HUMAN KERATINOCYTES, FIBROBLASTS, ESOPHAGEAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS AND HEPATOMA-CELLS

      Carcinogenesis
    77. KARLSEN F; KALANTARI M; JENKINS A; PETTERSEN E; KRISTENSEN G; HOLM R; JOHANSSON B; HAGMAR B
      USE OF MULTIPLE PCR PRIMER SETS FOR OPTIMAL DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    78. BULLARDDILLARD R; CREEK KE; SCRIVENS WA; TOUR JM
      TISSUE SITES OF UPTAKE OF C-14-LABELED C-60

      Bioorganic chemistry
    79. LI XQ; COFFINO P
      HIGH-RISK HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS E6 PROTEIN HAS 2 DISTINCT BINDING-SITES WITHIN P53, OF WHICH ONLY ONE DETERMINES DEGRADATION

      Journal of virology
    80. VIEIRA KBL; GOLDSTEIN DJ; VILLA LL
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA INTERFERES WITH THE CELL-CYCLE OF NORMAL AND PAPILLOMAVIRUS-IMMORTALIZED HUMAN KERATINOCYTES

      Cancer research
    81. SUZUK L; NOFFSINGER AE; HUI YZ; FENOGLIOPREISER CM
      DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS IN ESOPHAGEAL SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA

      Cancer
    82. RUNNEBAUM IB; MAIER S; TONG XW; ROSENTHAL HE; MOBUS VJ; KIEBACK DG; KREIENBERG R
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INTEGRATION IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ADVANCED EPITHELIAL OVARIAN-CANCER IN GERMAN PATIENTS

      Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention
    83. HERRINGTON CS
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES (HPV) IN GYNECOLOGICAL CYTOLOGY - FROM MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY TO CLINICAL-TESTING

      Cytopathology
    84. ONEILL FJ; FRISQUE RJ; XU XL; HU YX; CARNEY H
      IMMORTALIZATION OF HUMAN-CELLS BY MUTANT AND CHIMERIC PRIMATE POLYOMAVIRUS T-ANTIGEN GENES

      Oncogene
    85. SINGER A
      CERVICAL-CANCER SCREENING - STATE-OF-THE-ART

      Bailliere's clinical obstetrics and gynaecology
    86. REID R; LORINCZ AT
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TESTS

      Bailliere's clinical obstetrics and gynaecology
    87. MARKEY AC
      ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA

      Clinics in dermatology
    88. MAGUIRE B; SMITH NP
      HISTOPATHOLOGY OF CUTANEOUS SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA

      Clinics in dermatology
    89. GOPALKRISHNA V; SRIVASTAVA AN; HEDAU S; SHARMA JK; DAS BC
      DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA-SEQUENCES IN CANCER OF THE URINARY-BLADDER BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Genitourinary medicine
    90. PAYNE DA; CHAN TS; PATTEN B; TYRING SK
      EXTRACHROMOSOMAL HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) IN MULTIPLE-MYELOMA AND MONOCLONAL GAMMOPATHY OF UNKNOWN SIGNIFICANCE (MGUS) PATIENTS

      Anticancer research
    91. JOURDAN ML; JOANNES M; BARRANGER C; SOMME G; GOUDEAU A
      DETECTION AND TYPING OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES BY IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION WITH BIOTINYLATED OLIGONUCLEOTIDE MIXTURES

      Journal of medical virology
    92. HERRINGTON CS; EVANS MF; GRAY W; MCGEE JO
      MORPHOLOGICAL CORRELATION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION OF MATCHED CERVICAL SMEARS AND BIOPSIES FROM PATIENTS WITH PERSISTENT MILD CERVICAL CYTOLOGICAL ABNORMALITIES

      Human pathology
    93. FUJITA M; SHROYER KR; MARKHAM NE; INOUE M; IWAMOTO S; KYO S; ENOMOTO T
      ASSOCIATION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS WITH MALIGNANT AND PREMALIGNANT LESIONS OF THE UTERINE ENDOMETRIUM

      Human pathology
    94. ADIMORA AA; QUINLIVAN EB
      HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS INFECTION - RECENT FINDINGS ON PROGRESSION TO CERVICAL-CANCER

      Postgraduate medicine
    95. NAMKOONG SE
      CLINICAL-APPLICATION OF HPV TYPING IN CERVICAL-CANCER

      International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics
    96. TSAO SW; MOK SC; FEY EG; FLETCHER JA; WAN TSK; CHEW EC; MUTO MG; KNAPP RC; BERKOWITZ RS
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN OVARIAN SURFACE EPITHELIAL-CELLS IMMORTALIZED BY HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRAL ONCOGENES (HPV-E6E7 ORFS)

      Experimental cell research
    97. SHINDOH M; CHIBA I; YASUDA M; SAITO T; FUNAOKA K; KOHGO T; AMEMIYA A; SAWADA Y; FUJINAGA K
      DETECTION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS DNA-SEQUENCES IN ORAL SQUAMOUS-CELLCARCINOMAS AND THEIR RELATION TO P53 AND PROLIFERATING CELL NUCLEAR ANTIGEN EXPRESSION

      Cancer
    98. NOFFSINGER AE; HUI YZ; SUZUK L; YOCHMAN LK; MILLER MA; HURTUBISE P; GAL AA; FENOGLIOPREISER CM
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS TO PROLIFERATION AND PLOIDY IN CARCINOMA OF THE ANUS

      Cancer
    99. DELVENNE P; ALSALEH W; GILLES C; THIRY A; BONIVER J
      INHIBITION OF GROWTH OF NORMAL AND HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS-TRANSFORMED KERATINOCYTES IN MONOLAYER AND ORGANOTYPIC CULTURES BY INTERFERON-GAMMAAND TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA

      The American journal of pathology
    100. SHROYER KR; BROOKES CG; MARKHAM NE; SHROYER AL
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