The paper describes how a selected phenotype of vaginal microbiota is strictly associated with HPV persistence. Genomic (atopobium spp) and molecular investigations (sialidase gene from G. vaginalis ) were proposed as new early diagnostic markers of HPV persistance

Characterization of cervico-vaginal microbiota in women developing persistent high-risk Human Papillomavirus infection / DI PAOLA, Monica; Cristina, Sani; Clemente, ANN MARIA; Iossa, Anna; Perissi, Eloisa; Castronovo, Giuseppe; Tanturli, Michele; RIVERO GUEDEZ, DAMARIZ COROMOTO; Cozzolino, Federico; Cavalieri, Duccio; Carozzi, Francesca; DE FILIPPO, Carlotta; Torcia, Maria. - In: SCIENTIFIC REPORTS. - ISSN 2045-2322. - ELETTRONICO. - 7:10200:(2017), pp. 0-0. [10.1038/s41598-017-09842-6]

Characterization of cervico-vaginal microbiota in women developing persistent high-risk Human Papillomavirus infection

DI PAOLA, MONICA;CLEMENTE, ANN MARIA;IOSSA, ANNA;PERISSI, ELOISA;CASTRONOVO, GIUSEPPE;TANTURLI, MICHELE;RIVERO GUEDEZ, DAMARIZ COROMOTO;COZZOLINO, FEDERICO;CAVALIERI, DUCCIO;CAROZZI, FRANCESCA;DE FILIPPO, CARLOTTA;TORCIA, MARIA
2017

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The paper describes how a selected phenotype of vaginal microbiota is strictly associated with HPV persistence. Genomic (atopobium spp) and molecular investigations (sialidase gene from G. vaginalis ) were proposed as new early diagnostic markers of HPV persistance
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DI PAOLA, Monica; Cristina, Sani; Clemente, ANN MARIA; Iossa, Anna; Perissi, Eloisa; Castronovo, Giuseppe; Tanturli, Michele; RIVERO GUEDEZ, DAMARIZ COROMOTO; Cozzolino, Federico; Cavalieri, Duccio; Carozzi, Francesca; DE FILIPPO, Carlotta; Torcia, Maria
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