The genetic drift of human papillomavirus type 16 is a means of reconstructing prehistoric viral spread and the movement of ancient human populations

L. Ho, S. Y. Chan, R. D. Burk, B. C. Das, K. Fujinaga, J. P. Icenogle, T. Kahn, N. Kiviat, W. Lancaster, P. Mavromara-Nazos, V. Labropoulou, S. Mitrani-Rosenbaum, B. Norrild, M. R. Pillai, J. Stoerker, K. Syrjaenen, S. Syrjaenen, S. K. Tay -, H. U. Bernard

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