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  hpv   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Introduction of the Human Papilloma Virus: Members of the virus family Papovaviridae; are the etiologic agents of certain types of warts and cancers.
The "papova" of papovaviridae was derived from- papillomas (warts), polyomas (tumors), and vacuolation (cytoplasmic vacuoles produced by some of these viruses) (10).
Papovaviridae are non enveloped viruses which have double stranded DNA (1).
www.austin.cc.tx.us /microbio/2704d/hpv.htm   (1138 words)

  
 Papovaviridae Infection Clinical Trials Listings and Information at ClinicalTrialsSearch.org
Papovaviridae Infection Clinical Trials Information presented on Clinical Trials Search isn't intended to be a substitute for certified medical advice, visits or treatment by using a genuine doctor.
Papovaviridae Infection Clinical research trials and Papovaviridae Infection medical trials occur in hundreds of localities across the United States of America.
Papovaviridae Infection Clinical Trials and other clinical trials allow for volunteers to access healthcare treatment choices before they are available to the general public.
www.clinicaltrialssearch.org /papovaviridae_infection_clinical_trials.html   (294 words)

  
 Papillomavirus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Generally papillomas do not require any treatment unless they interfere with the birds ability to move, chew food or defecate etc. There remains much to be known about avian papillomaviruses and especially mucosal papillomas.
Like polyomavirus, papillomavirus is also a double-stranded DNA virus belonging to the family Papovaviridae.
Although it has been proven that skin tumors in birds are caused by a papillomavirus, mucosal tumors are only suspected to be caused by a virus in the family Papovaviridae as a papillomavirus has never been able to be isolated from a mucosal lesion.
duke.usask.ca /~misra/virology/stud2005/exotic/papilloma.html   (328 words)

  
 Family Papovaviridae (split into two families); the papovaviruses; named derived from papilloma, polyoma, simian ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Family Papovaviridae (split into two families); the papovaviruses; named derived from papilloma, polyoma, simian vacuolating v
Family Papovaviridae (split into two families); the papovaviruses; named derived from papilloma, polyoma, simian vacuolating virus 40; cytoplasmic vacuolating is a common cytopathic effect of SV40.
Viruses in this family stimulate host cell DNA synthesis and eventually mitosis, however these effects are not necessary for viral replication.
www.sonoma.edu /users/w/williamj/Papovaviridae.htm   (590 words)

  
 DNA Genome Diversity and Genomic Replication Strategies
viruses of higher animals (Pox-, Herpes-, Adeno-, Papovaviridae);
Papovaviridae) replicate by means of bidirectional replication forks from a single origin, like some plasmids.
Among the viruses of Eukarya, replication mainly occurs in the nucleus, using cellular enzymes such as polymerases, methylases, etc. However,the replication of Poxviruses, some Baculoviruses (granulosis group), and some of the replication of iridoviruses, takes place in virus-specified "inclusion bodies" in the cytoplasm, using viral-coded enzymes, most important of which are DNA-dependent DNA polymerases.
www.mcb.uct.ac.za /tutorial/dnagen.htm   (412 words)

  
 Papovaviridae
One in a series of veterinary virology lectures made available on the Web by Supercourse, an online collection of teaching materials from academic institutions world wide, in the field of epidemiology, the Internet and global health.
This lecture focuses on papovaviridae and is prepared by Dr Peter H Russell, from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC).
This lecture contains 13 slides and is made available on the Web by the University of Pittsburgh.
vetgate.ac.uk /browse/cabi/c1a40108552f6adabbd40fa9168f3c58.html   (72 words)

  
 LookSmart - Directory - Papovaviruses or Papovaviridae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Papovaviruses or Papovaviridae - Access fact sheets and guides to this family of viruses.
Browse a list of species belonging to this viral family, and learn what animal and human diseases they cause.
Join the Zeal community and help build the "Papovaviruses or Papovaviridae" Directory Category.
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 Family References for Papovaviridae   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Salunke DM, Caspar DLD, Garcea RL (1986) Self-assembly of purified polyomavirus capsid protein VP1.
Salzman NP (ed) (1986) The Papovaviridae, the polyomaviruses, vol 1.
Salzman NP, Howley PM (eds) (1987) The Papovaviridae, the papillomaviruses, vol 2.
ictvdb.mirror.ac.cn /Ictv/rf_papov.htm   (364 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Books: The Papovaviridae: The Polyomaviruses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Papovaviridae Papovaviridae is a family of oncogenic DNA viruses that include papilloma, polyoma, and simian vacuolating virus.
Originally the family was named for its 3 main members Papillomavaris, Polyomavirus, and simian Vacuolating Agent.
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 Infections à Papovaviridae : sites et documents francophones
Arborescence(s) du thesaurus MeSH contenant le mot-clé infections à Papovaviridae [papovaviridae infections] :
mots clés : evidence-based medicine ; *infections à Papovaviridae /diagnostic ; tumeur col utérus /prévention et contrôle
Toute utilisation partielle ou totale de ce document doit mentionner la source.
www.chu-rouen.fr /ssf/pathol/papovaviridaeinfection.html   (194 words)

  
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