Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 4th, 2002
"High-risk human papillomaviruses are linked to several malignancies including cervical cancer. Because human papillomavirus-infected women do not always mount protective antiviral immunity, we explored the interaction of human papillomavirus with Langerhans cells, which would be the first APCs [antigen-presenting cells] the virus comes into contact with during infection," stated S.C. Fausch and colleagues, Loyola University, Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center.
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