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Effect of folate on cervical cancer: synergism among risk factors


Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 669: 293-299
Effect of folate on cervical cancer: synergism among risk factors
Folate deficiency appears to play a crucial role early in cervical carcinogenesis by facilitating the incorporation of HPV genomes at a fragile chromosomal site. Thereafter, multiple nutritional, hormonal, and immunologic factors probably interact in a synergistic manner to determine whether the cell line becomes immortalized and invasive.

Accession: 002355904

PMID: 1332564

DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1992.tb17108.x

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