Human papillomavirus type 16 genetic variants: Phylogeny and Classification Based on E6 and LCR

Iris Cornet, Tarik Gheit, Silvia Franceschi, Jerome Vignat, Robert D. Burk, Bakary S. Sylla, Massimo Tommasino, Gary M. Clifford, D. Hammouda, D. Loria, E. Matos, E. Alihonou, J. L. Rios-Dalenz, J. Eluf-Neto, P. Ghadirian, C. Ferreccio, A. Luzoro, J. M. Ojeda, R. Prado, N. AristizabalL. A. Tafur, M. Molano, H. Posso, M. Torroella, T. Alibegashvili, D. Kordzaia, N. Keita, M. Koulibaly, T. Rajkumar, R. Rajkumar, D. H. Lee, H. R. Shin, S. Bayo, N. Chaouki, J. O. Thomas, C. Okolo, I. Adewole, C. J.L.M. Meijer, P. J.F. Snijders, E. D. De Los Rios, P. A. Rolon, E. Caceres, C. Santos, C. Ngelangel, W. Zatonski, D. Moodley, P. Gichangi, H. de Vuyst, S. de Sanjose, X. Castellsague, J. N. Kitinya, S. Chichareon, S. Sukvirach, S. Tunsakul, H. R. Wabinga

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