2014
DOI: 10.1590/0037-8682-0075-2014
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Abstract: Introduction:This study confi rmed the absence of natural infection with Xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus (XMRV) or XMRV-related disease in human populations of the Brazilian Amazon basin. We demonstrated that 803 individuals of both sexes, who were residents of Belem in the Brazilian State of Pará, were not infected with XMRV. Methods: Individuals were divided into 4 subgroups: healthy individuals, individuals infected with human immunodefi ciency virus, type 1 (HIV-1), individuals infected with… Show more

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“…However, there are several other reports shown to have high prevalence of XMRV in prostate cancer patients in different populations (Arnold et al, 2010;Schlaberg et al, 2009;Urisman et al, 2006). In contrast, few studies from different geographical regions have also reported almost no XMRV infection in PCa (Gomes et al, 2014;Sakuma et al, 2011). These discrepancies in the status of XMRV infection worldwide may be due to different geographical area, ethnicity and different lifestyle habits may affect the prevalence of XMRV infection in prostate cancer.…”
Section: Co-relations Between Xmrv Status and Clinico-pathological Pamentioning
confidence: 97%
“…However, there are several other reports shown to have high prevalence of XMRV in prostate cancer patients in different populations (Arnold et al, 2010;Schlaberg et al, 2009;Urisman et al, 2006). In contrast, few studies from different geographical regions have also reported almost no XMRV infection in PCa (Gomes et al, 2014;Sakuma et al, 2011). These discrepancies in the status of XMRV infection worldwide may be due to different geographical area, ethnicity and different lifestyle habits may affect the prevalence of XMRV infection in prostate cancer.…”
Section: Co-relations Between Xmrv Status and Clinico-pathological Pamentioning
confidence: 97%