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Divergent human papillomavirus associated with recurrent respiratory papillomatosis with lung involvement



Divergent human papillomavirus associated with recurrent respiratory papillomatosis with lung involvement



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A divergent human papillomavirus (HPV), isolated from a lung lesion of a patient with recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, was fully cloned, sequenced, and genetically characterized. DNA analysis revealed that the HPV contained a 10.4-kb genome, with a duplication of 2,493 bp that includes partial L1-long control region (LCR)-E6-E7-partial E1 sequences.

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Accession: 052671873

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PMID: 23846273

DOI: 10.1128/genomeA.00474-13


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