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Influenza and sudden unexpected death: the possible role of peptide cross-reactivity

, it is important to annotate that the unexpected and apparently unexplainable viral vs human peptide matching most possibly derives from the central role played by viruses in the evolutionary origin of the eukaryotic nucleus, as described by the viral eukaryogenesis hypothesis [ 77 , 78 , 79 ]. Acknowledgment This research received no specific grants from any funding agency in public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors. Competing interests : The author declares no conflicts. References [1] Ukimura A., Ooi Y., Kanzaki Y., Inomata T

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Progress in Research on Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

disorders. European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, 2011, 268:1569. 28 Suarez H, Arocena M, Suarez A, et al . Changes in postural control parameters after vestibular rehabilitation in patients with central vestibular disorders. Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 2003,123:143. 29 Zeigelboim BS, Arruda WO, Mangabeira-Albernaz PL, et al . Vestibular findings in relapsing, remitting multiple sclerosis: a study of thirty patients. Int Tinnitus J, 2008, 14:139. 30 Pavan K, Marangoni BE, Schmidt KB, et al . vestibular rehabilitation in patients with relapsing

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Consensus. Chinese Consensus on Combination Therapy of Chronic Hepatitis B
Professional Staff Committee of Combination Therapy of Chronic Hepatitis B

. Telbivudine versus lamivudine in patients with chronic hepatitis B. N Engl J Med 2007;357:2576-2588. 15 Lok AS, McMahon BJ. Chronic hepatitis B: update 2009. Hepatology 2009;50:661-662. 16 European Association For The Study Of The Live. EASL Clinical Practice Guidelines: management of chronic hepatitis B. J Hepatol 2009;50:227-242. 17 Committee of experts on antiviral therapy of chronic hepatitis C. Experts consensus on antiviral therapy of chronic hepatitis C. C J Exp Clin Infect Dis (Electro Edi) 2009

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The high-risk HPV infection and urinary system tumor

Shigehara K. Sasagawa T. Kawaguchi S. Nakashima T. Shimamura M. Maeda Y. Etiologic role of human papillomavirus infection in bladder carcinoma Cancer 2011 117 10 2067 2076 [15] Schmid S.C., Thümer L., Schuster T., Horn T., Kurtz F., Slotta-Huspenina J., et al., Human papilloma virus is not detectable in samples of urothelial bladder cancer in a central European population: a prospective translational study, Infect. Agents Cancer, 2015, 21(10), 31. Schmid S.C. Thümer L. Schuster T. Horn T. Kurtz F. Slotta-Huspenina J. Human papilloma virus is not detectable in samples of

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Common types of infection with multitypes of HPV on uterine cervix

detections (22/40); additionally, 14 cases were multiple infections with type 33, 31, 45, or 52, and they accounted for 35% of the multitype detections (14/40) [ 14 ]. Similarly, the highest relative detection rate was that of multitype infection with type 16 or 18. Li et al. [ 18 ] studied 30848 cases with HPV infection of ICC from 243 research groups in 1990–2010 from seven popular areas (Africa, East Asia, West/ Central Asia, Europe, North America, South/Central America, and Oceania); they also carried out typing tests on 30357 cases. Results showed that the HPV

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