Evolution process HPV It was re-created by researchers at Hong Kong University and the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in the United States.
According to researcher Zigui Chen and Robert Burk, understanding the evolution of the virus is important to develop techniques for the prevention and treatment of HPV.
The virus has more than 200 variations, 40 is affecting genitals, and some have HPV, which is dangerous, but it leads to cervical cancer.
The study used the most lethal and carcinogenic HPV 16 variation, which also affects non-human primates. This variation is responsible for the development of cervical cancer in the penis, throat and anus.
From that time on, both sides tried to identify the way people and other primates traveled. The results found the virus to be more than 500 thousand.
According to Jane, at the end of the obstetric gynecologist, all sexually active people will contact the papilloma virus for ease of transmission.