Coinfection of human foreskin fragments with multiple human papillomavirus types (HPV-11, -40, and -LVX82/MM7) produces regionally separate HPV infections within the same athymic mouse xenograft

Neil D. Christensen, Walter A. Koltun, Nancy M. Cladel, Lynn R. Budgeon, Cynthia A. Reed, John W. Kreider, Patricia A. Welsh, Susan D. Patrick, Harold Yang

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