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Chemoprevention of Cancer: Control by Retinoic Acid of the Early Stages of Human Keratinocyte Transformation by Oncogenic Human Papillomaviruses (1991)

Title:

Chemoprevention of Cancer: Control by Retinoic Acid of the Early Stages of Human Keratinocyte Transformation by Oncogenic Human Papillomaviruses

Key words:

retinoic acid, HPV

Research Institution:

University of South Carolina

Location:

South Carolina

Researcher:

Kim E Creek

Project Description:

Dr. Creek investigated whether retinoic acid inhibits the transformation, growth, and differentiation of skin cells infected with human papillomavirus by inhibiting the expression of cancer-causing genes called oncogenes.

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