Stress Keratin 17 and Estrogen Support Viral Persistence and Modulate the Immune Environment during Cervicovaginal Murine Papillomavirus Infection

Scientists experimentally infected wild-type and stress keratin 17 knockout mice with a murine papillomavirus in the female reproductive tract, in the presence or absence of exogenous estrogen, for 6 months.
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