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The journal of microbiology v.42 no.4, 2004년, pp.255 - 266   피인용횟수: 2
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Strategies Against Human Papillomavirus Infection and Cervical Cancer

Jung Woon-Won    (MyGene Bioscience Institute, Sungok Bldg   ); Chun Taehoon    (Department of Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, Hanyang University   ); Sul Donggeun    (Environmental Toxico-Genomic and Proteomic Center, College of Medicine, Korea University   ); Hwang Kwang Woo    (Department of Immunology, College of Pharmacy, Chung-Ang University   ); Kang Hyung-Sik    (School of Biological Sciences and Technology, Biotechnology Research Institute, Chonnam University   ); Lee Duck Joo    (Department of Family Medicine, Samsung Cheil Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University   ); Han In-Kwon    (MyGene Bioscience Institute, Sungok Bldg, Department of Internal Medicine, Samsung Cheil Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University  );
  • 초록

    Papillomaviruses infect a wide variety of animals, including humans. The human papillomavirus (HPV), in particular, is one of the most common causes of sexually transmitted disease. More than 200 types of HPV have been identified by DNA sequence data, and 85 HPV genotypes have been well char­acterized to date. HPV can infect the basal epithelial cells of the skin or inner tissue linings, and are, accordingly, categorized as either cutaneous or mucosal type. HPV is associated with a panoply of clin­ical conditions, ranging from innocuous lesions to cervical cancer. In the early 1980s, studies first reported a link between cervical cancer and genital HPV infection. Genital HPV infections are now rec­ognized to be a major risk factor in at least $95\%$ of cervical cancers. 30 different HPV genotypes have been identified as causative of sexually transmitted diseases, most of which induce lesions in the cervix, vagina, vulva, penis, and anus, as the result of sexual contact. There is also direct evidence demon­strating that at least four of these genotypes are prerequisite factors in cervical cancer. The main aim of this review was to evaluate the current literature regarding the pathovirology, diagnostics, vaccines, therapy, risk groups, and further therapeutic directions for HPV infections. In addition, we reviewed the current status of HPV infections in South Korean women, as evidenced by our data.


  • 주제어

    cervical cancer .   human papillomavirus .   risk group .   therapy .   vaccine.  

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