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Abstract

DNA well suited for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification was purified from archival Papanicolaou smears. The detection of a wide range of human papillomavirus (HPV) types was made possible using a HPV-specific consensus primer pair, and typing was conveniently done by direct sequence analysis of the PCR product. The method could be of unique value in longitudinal and cross-sectional studies aimed at answering a number of fundamental pathological and epidemiological questions regarding HPV infection of the genital tract.

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