The human papillomavirus (HPVs) of cancer are different from their last recent common ancestors about half a million years ago, which coincides with archaic neanderthal and modern Homo sapiens, Published in a publication published in an open publication of the November 1 issue PLOS pathogens Robert Burke, Albert Einstein's College of Medicine and colleagues by Hong Kong Chinese University Zigui Chen

Epidemiological studies have shown that permanent infections with HPV are the main cause of cervical cancer and cancer. But the origin and development of cancer-causing HPVs is bad. HPV16 and other types of HPV molecular evolution are more aware of the causes of cancer, researchers are performing with isolated genome analysis and assessing the difference in the likelihood of cancer-causing HPV variants from their latest common ancestors.

Conclusions suggest that the first phase of the cancer-causing papillomavirus is adapted for viruses to host ecosystems, leading to the correlation of viruses with their Primate's hosts for 40 million years. Genome investigations have revealed the extreme difference of HPV16 variants, about half a million years ago from their most common ancestors, coinciding with archaic neanderthal and modern Homo sapiens. Conclusions have been demonstrated during the last 80,000 years of transmutation of modern inorganic sex from Neanderthals through a wide variety of interdependence. In the opinion of the authors, the evolution of the papillomavirus should take into consideration important biological perspectives and suggest that HPV is caused by cervical cancer.

"Oncogenic HPV evolution investigates the specific ecological niche / anatomic regions of the human body (for example, the cervix), accompanied by the ancestor's ancestors and the subsequent selection of genetic layers in specific genes." In addition, HPV evolution can also provide The evolution of the novel about human evolution. "

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