Immune Responses to HPV 16 E7
There is a strong association between the presence of HPV DNA and the transformation of cervical. tissue to malignancy. This link provides a rare opportunity to target a tumour immunologically through specific proteins of the causal. agent. Proteins involved in transformation are linked to the malignant phenotype and are therefore likely to be maintained in tumours.
KeywordsPrimary Immunisation Serum Antibody Response Secondary Immunisation Subsequent Tumour Challenge Express Target Cell
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