One of the most common symptoms are warts and sometimes cervical cancer.
Some of the causes are skin to skin contact with a person infected and through intercourse.
Immune Cells in immune response
The response is initiated in the draining lymph nodes and responded to by the macro phages and Langerhans.
The HPV virus is lysogenic. The Virus attaches to cell. Then the virus enters the Nucleus. After that the virus encases virus DNA into cell DNA. Then the cell goes through many cells division with the virus DNA in the daughter cells. The virus is then triggered into the lytic cycle. Finally the virus leaves the cells.
The treatment is Podofilox to the infected area and Trichloroacetic to the infected area of warts.
There is a Vaccine for HPV