Indicators of local immunity in women with percistant form of latent papillomavirus cervical infection after immunization with vaccine against HPV
In this study, the changes in the local immunity indices were detected across one and six months after CervarixТМ vaccination of 35 women with diagnosed persistent latent papillomavirus infection (PVI) of the cervix uteri (CU). Under the influence of HPV-vaccination, after 6 months was noted the desire to normalization of indices, characterizing local immunity in women with latent PVI CU – of the level in the cervical separable sIgA, α- and g-IFN, TNF-α and IL-10 (the last two indices indicated a restoration of the balance of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines). Activation of the humoral pathway of the immune response was observed after month after the introduction of the first dose of CervarixТМ – an increase in comparison with control the median for IL-10 was observed 2.5 – fold against with 2.2 – fold before vaccination.
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