HDAC Inhibitor Stops HPV in its Tracks
Aging, Environment, & DiseaseHistone Modifications

HDAC Inhibitor Stops HPV in its Tracks

It may come as a surprise for a virus to be name-dropped during a stand-up comedy show, but in Ali Wong’s Netflix special “Baby Cobra” she exclaims, “Everybody has HPV, OK? Everybody has it… If you don’t have it yet, you go and get it.”

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HPV Human Papillomavirus Leads to Dysregulation of Immune Responses Through Epigenetic Mechanisms
Aging, Environment, & DiseaseDNA Methylation and Hydroxymethylation

HPV Human Papillomavirus Leads to Dysregulation of Immune Responses Through Epigenetic Mechanisms

Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are a diverse group of small double-stranded DNA viruses with specific mucosal or cutaneous tropisms. It is estimated that up to 80% of sexually active individuals will become infected with HPV sometime in their lifetime, making HPV the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection. HPVs can be further …

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