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Fig. 3 | Infectious Agents and Cancer

Fig. 3

From: Genetic variability in E6, E7 and L1 genes of Human Papillomavirus 62 and its prevalence in Mexico

Fig. 3

Protein alignment of HPV62-E6 and HPV62-E7. a Alignment of the HPV62-E6 reference protein sequence from AY395706 genome (HPV62-E6 REF) relative to the HPV62-E6 from 13 cervical samples (HPV62-E6 P1-P13). Amino acid changes p.R53W and p.K135C are shown. b Alignment of the HPV62-E7 reference protein sequence (HPV62-E7 REF) relative to the HPV62-E7 from the same 13 cervical samples (HPV62-E7 P1-P13). Amino acid change p.A42G is shown. Dots indicate matching residues and dashes indicate that no information is available for the corresponding region. Arrows point to cysteines that form the zinc binding domains

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