Immunohistochemical Study and in-situ hybridization for detection of humanpapillomavirus (HPV ) in Uterine Cervical Carcinoma

Submitted by : Dr. Adeeb Abdulally Abdulhussien
University: Kufa University
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Supervisor's Name : Dr. Thekra A.Al-Kashwan and Dr.Assad al Janabi
Year of award : 2011
Awards : Doctor of Philosphy
Summary of Thesis

Cervical cancer is the second most common life-threatening cancer among women worldwide. The human papilloma virus (HPV) has been definitely linked as the main etiologic agent for cervical carcinoma. To date there are more than 200 known HPV types and they are generally classified according to their potential to induce malignan...

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  1. Chapter One - Introduction and review of literature
  2. Chapter Two - Materials and methods
  3. Chapter Three - Results
  4. Chapter Four – Discussion
  5. Conclusion
  6. Recommendations
  7. References

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