Published in Cancer Weekly, April 14th, 2009
"Viral antigens were expressed with pGEX vectors in Escherichia coli and then used in Luminex as coating antigens for antibody detection in 205 human sera samples: 71 cervical cancer cases, 64 cases of cervical inflammation, and 70 controls. The data showed that 90.14% of sera among the cervical cancer patients had seropositivity...
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