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Vaccines for human papillomavirus infection and anogenital disease [electronic resource] / [edited by] Robert W. Tindle.

Contributor(s): Tindle, Robert W.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Medical intelligence unit: 14.Publisher: Austin, Tex. : R.G. Landes, c1999Description: 1 online resource (196 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585417016 (electronic bk.); 9780585417011 (electronic bk.); 1597342726; 9781597342728.Subject(s): Papillomavirus vaccines | Papillomavirus diseases -- Immunotherapy | Cervix uteri -- Cancer -- Immunotherapy | Papillomavirus, Human -- immunology | Papovaviridae Infections -- prevention and control | Vaccines | MEDICAL -- MicrobiologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Vaccines for human papillomavirus infection and anogenital disease.DDC classification: 616/.0194 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Inside Cover; Copyright; Table of Contents; Editors / Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1: Immunodulation of HPV Infaction and Disease: An Overview; Chapter 2: Immunobiology of HPV Infection; Chapter 3: HPV Vaccines for Protection Against Infection; Chapter 4: Vaccine for Genital Warts; Chapter 5: Anti-Tumor Immunotherapy with Synthetic Peptides Representing Tumor-Associated T-Cell Epitopes:; Chapter 6: Recombinant Vaccinia Virus; Chapter 7: Safety and Immunogenicity of HPV16 E7/Algammulin; Chapter 8: DNA Vaccines for Papillomavirus Infections.
Summary: Human papillomavirus-associated genital warts are now the most commonly seen sexually transmitted disease. Human papillomavirus-associated cervical cancer is a major cause of death on women around the world. Efforts are being taken to prevent or treat these diseases with vaccines.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Cover; Inside Cover; Copyright; Table of Contents; Editors / Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1: Immunodulation of HPV Infaction and Disease: An Overview; Chapter 2: Immunobiology of HPV Infection; Chapter 3: HPV Vaccines for Protection Against Infection; Chapter 4: Vaccine for Genital Warts; Chapter 5: Anti-Tumor Immunotherapy with Synthetic Peptides Representing Tumor-Associated T-Cell Epitopes:; Chapter 6: Recombinant Vaccinia Virus; Chapter 7: Safety and Immunogenicity of HPV16 E7/Algammulin; Chapter 8: DNA Vaccines for Papillomavirus Infections.

Human papillomavirus-associated genital warts are now the most commonly seen sexually transmitted disease. Human papillomavirus-associated cervical cancer is a major cause of death on women around the world. Efforts are being taken to prevent or treat these diseases with vaccines.

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