Papillomaviridae
Die Virusfamilie Papillomaviridae umfasst 16 Gattungen von unbehüllten Viren mit einer doppelsträngigen, zirkulären DNA als Genom. Bis 2002 bildete die Familie Papillomaviridae als Gattung Papillomavirus zusammen mit der jetzt eigenen Familie Polyomaviridae die Familie Papovaviridae. 1964 hatte Joseph Melnick aufgrund der morphologischen und genetischen Ähnlichkeiten diese heute obsolete Virusfamilie vorgeschlagen. Die Vermehrungsstrategie, das Spektrum der Erkrankungen und die Anordnung der Gene sind jedoch so unterschiedlich, dass man sie in zwei verschiedene Familien unterteilte.
Papillomviren verursachen bei sehr vielen verschiedenen Wirbeltieren Hautwucherungen im Sinne von Warzen (Papillome). Das erste als Virus erkannte Agens aus dieser Gruppe wurde von Richard Shope 1932 bei erkrankten Kaninchen isoliert (Shopes Kaninchenpapillomvirus). Die Entstehung bösartiger Tumoren aus diesen gutartigen Wucherungen wurde bereits damals beobachtet. Heute ist die Entstehung verschiedener Krebsarten bei Menschen und Tieren mit Vertretern der Papillomaviridae verbunden. Beim Menschen ist dies vorwiegend das Cervixkarzinom durch Infektionen mit Humanen Papillomviren. Die Vermehrung von Papillomviren ist strikt auf Epithelien beschränkt und sie bedürfen zur Vermehrung Zellen, die sich in einer Phase der Entdifferenzierung befinden. Aufgrund dieses strengen Gewebstropismus ist bislang eine vollständige Vermehrung der Papillomaviridae in Zellkulturen nicht möglich.

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Die Virusfamilie Papillomaviridae umfasst 16 Gattungen von unbehüllten Viren mit einer doppelsträngigen, zirkulären DNA als Genom. Bis 2002 bildete die ...
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Papillomaviridae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Papillomaviridae is an ancient taxonomic family of non-enveloped DNA viruses, collectively known as papillomaviruses. Several hundred species of ...
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Humane Papilloma-Viren stellen eine Gruppe von mehr als 150 verschiedenen DNA-Viren dar, denen zur Unterscheidung eine Zahl nachgestellt wird.
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Papillomaviridae - MicrobeWiki
8 Aug 2010 ... Baltimore Classification. Higher order taxa. Viruses; dsDNA viruses, no RNA stage; Papillomaviridae. Genera. Alphapapillomavirus ...
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ViralZone: Papillomaviridae
VIRION. Non-enveloped. Small, icosahedral, about 52-55 nm in size. A single molecule of circular dsDNA is contained within the T=7 icosahedral capsid, which ...
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Papillomaviridae - Stanford University
Lauren Smith. Humans and Viruses 2007-2008. Stanford University. Dr. Robert David Siegel. Greetings fellow virophiles and curious wanderers of the web!
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Papillomaviridae - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary
papillomavirus /pap·il·lo·ma·vi·rus/ (pap″ĭ-lo´mah-vi″rus) any virus of the subfamily Papillomavirinae. human papillomavirus (HPV) any of a number of species ...
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Papillomaviridae - The Free Dictionary
pap•il•lo•ma•vi•rus n., pl. -rus•es. a type of papovavirus, containing circular DNA, that causes papillomas, including genital warts. [1980–85]. Want to thank TFD ...
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00.099. Papillomaviridae - ICTVdB Index of Viruses
Human papillomavirus 2. [NC_001352]. (HPV-2). 00.099.0.02.004.00.002. Human papillomavirus 2. [X55964]. (HPV-2). 00.099.0.02.004.00.027. Human ...
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DNA-Viren Papillomaviren (Papillomaviridae): Humane ... - Onmeda
Zur Familie der Papillomaviren (Papillomaviridae) zählt nur die Gattung Papillomavirus. Das Kapsid dieser Viren hat eine kubische Form, ist hüllenlos.
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Papillomaviridae is an ancient taxonomic family of non-enveloped DNA ...... " Biochemistry, Nottingham University - 3.0 Enzymes of the Ubiquitin Pathway".
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Papillomaviridae ... Papillomaviridae ...... Büchen-Osmond, C (Ed), Columbia University, New York, USA. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ICTVdb/Ictv/fs_index.htm.
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[297] Wheeler CM. HPV genotypes: implications for worldwide cervical cancer screening and vaccination. Lancet Oncol. 2010;11(11):1013-4.
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Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention (Infectious Disease)
Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention (Infectious Disease)
William Bonnez von Informa Healthcare, 2009
Custom-designed for clinicians on the frontline of treatment and prevention of the human papillomavirus (HPV), this stand-alone handbook provides the scientific background needed to understand and administer the new HPV vaccines. Written by some of the discoverers of these vaccines, this accessible text explores the biology and epidemiology of HPV,...
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Papillomavirus Research: From Natural History to Vaccines and Beyond
Papillomavirus Research: From Natural History to Vaccines and Beyond
M. Saveria Campo von Caister Academic Press, 2006
Papillomaviruses are oncogenic DNA tumour viruses that infect humans and animals. Human papillomavirus is one of the most common causes of sexually transmitted infection in the world and can also cause cancer. Papillomavirus research has been revolutionised in recent years with the advent of new technologies such as organotypic raft cultures, virus...
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Papillomaviridae is an ancient taxonomic family of non-enveloped DNA viruses, collectively known as papillomaviruses.
Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention
Guide to Genital HPV Diseases and Prevention
William Bonnez, 2009
Custom-designed for clinicians on the frontline of treatment and prevention of the human papillomavirus (HPV), this stand-alone handbook provides the scientific background needed to understand and administer the new HPV vaccines. Written by some of the discoverers of these vaccines, this accessible text explores the biology and epidemiology of HPV,...
Fenner's Veterinary Virology
Fenner's Veterinary Virology
N. James Maclachlan, Edward J Dubovi, 2010
Chapter Contents Members of the Family Papillomaviridae 213 Properties of Papillomaviruses 213 Classification 213 Virion Properties 215 Virus Replication 215 Bovine Papillomavirus 218 Clinical Features and Epidemiology 218 ...
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Angela Restrepo M., 2003
Gloria Inés Sánchez V. GENERALIDADES Papillomaviridae es una familia de virus ADN de doble cadena dentro de la cual se han identificado más de 120 genotipos diferentes. Estos virus tienen la característica primordial de infectar las  ...
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Chapter 11 - Papillomaviridae and Polyomaviridae, Pages 213-223
Chapter 11Papillomaviridae and PolyomaviridaeChapter ContentsMembers of the Family Papillomaviridae Properties of Papillomaviruses Classification Virion Properties Virus Replication Bovine Papillomavirus Clinical Features and Epidemiology Pathogenesis and Pathology Diagnosis Immunity, Prevention, and Control 213 213 213 215 215 218 218 219 219 219 Equine Papillomavirus Equine Sarcoid Canine Papillomavirus Feline Papillomavirus Papillomaviruses of Other Mammalian Species Papillomaviruses of B.
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Virology Journal | Full text | Evolutionary and structural analyses of alpha-Papillomavirus capsid proteins yields novel insights into L2 structure and interaction with L1
PVs (PV) are small, non-enveloped, double-stranded DNA viruses that have been identified as the primary etiological agent for cervical cancer and their potential for malignant transformation in mucosal tissue has a large impact on public health. The PV family Papillomaviridae is organized into multiple genus based on sequential parsimony, host range, tissue tropism, and histology. We focused this analysis on the late gene products, major (L1) and minor (L2) capsid proteins from the family Papillomaviridae genus Alpha-papillomavirus. Alpha-PVs preferentially infect oral and anogenital mucosa of humans and primates with varied risk of oncogenic transformation. Development of evolutionary associations between PVs will likely provide novel information to assist in clarifying the currently elusive relationship between PV and its microenvironment (i.e., the single infected cell) and macro environment (i.e., the skin tissue). We attempt to identify the regions of the major capsid proteins as well as minor capsid proteins of alpha-papillomavirus that have been evolutionarily conserved, and define regions that are under constant selective pressure with respect to the entire family of viruses.
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Medicina y Salud: Papillomaviridae - Virus del papiloma humano resumen de Microbiología.
Papillomaviridae. Clasificación de Papillomaviridae: Virus del papiloma humano.
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"Evolutionary and Structural Analyses of Alpha-Papillomavirus Capsid Pr" by John Lowe, Debasis Panda et al.
Background: PVs (PV) are small, non-enveloped, double-stranded DNA viruses that have been identified as the primary etiological agent for cervical cancer and their potential for malignant transformation in mucosal tissue has a large impact on public health. The PV family Papillomaviridae is organized into multiple genus based on sequential parsimony, host range, tissue tropism, and histology. We focused this analysis on the late gene products, major (L1) and minor (L2) capsid proteins from the family Papillomaviridae genus Alpha-papillomavirus. Alpha-PVs preferentially infect oral and anogenital mucosa of humans and primates with varied risk of oncogenic transformation. Development of evolutionary associations between PVs will likely provide novel information to assist in clarifying the currently elusive relationship between PV and its microenvironment (i.e., the single infected cell) and macro environment (i.e., the skin tissue). We attempt to identify the regions of the major capsid proteins as well as minor capsid proteins of alpha-papillomavirus that have been evolutionarily conserved, and define regions that are under constant selective pressure with respect to the entire family of viruses. Results: This analysis shows the loops of L1 are in fact the most variable regions among the alpha- PVs. We also identify regions of L2, involved in interaction with L1, as evolutionarily conserved among the members of alpha- PVs. Finally, a predicted three-dimensional model was generated to further elucidate probable aspects of the L1 and L2 interaction.
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Transmisbles: Clase 35. Familia papillomaviridae; papilomavirus humano; pollyomaviridae, poliomavirus; y Poxviridae, virus del molusco contagioso
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The Science Creative Quarterly » GENITAL WARTS – DEATH THROUGH IMMORTALITY, IMMORTALITY THROUGH DEATH
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Bovine Papillomavirus in Brazil: Detection of Coinfection of Unusual Types by a PCR-RFLP Method
BioMed Research International (formerly titled Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in several areas of life sciences. The journal’s Editorial Board is divided into the 55 subject areas included within the journal’s scope.
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