Split-thickness human skin was exposed to a suspension of human papilloma virus containing 10(11)-10(12) particles/ml, by immersion for varying lengths of time. It was then grafted onto the backs of congenitally athymic 'nude' mice. All grafts were accepted, but no warts developed during an observation period of up to 9 weeks.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||British journal of dermatology|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 1976|
- Disease Models, Animal
- Mice, Nude
- Skin Transplantation
- Transplantation, Heterologous