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Prediction and demonstration of a novel Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen
Allday MJ, et al. Nucleic Acids Res 1988. PMID 2837732 Free PMC article.
The protein sequence predicted by the Epstein Barr virus (EBV) BERF4 open reading frame includes a tetrapeptide, Lys-Arg-Pro-Arg (KRPR), shown for other proteins to be a component of a signal for rapid nuclear localization. ...The demonstration that BERF4 contains an exon encoding a nuclear protein identifies a new EBNA gene (EBNA-6) and suggests that KRPR is a signal sequence common to a number of viral and cellular nuclear polypeptides which bind to nucleic acids and may therefore be of predictive value in identifying karyophilic proteins....
The protein sequence predicted by the Epstein Barr virus (EBV) BERF4 open reading frame includes a tetrapeptide, Lys-Arg-Pro-A …
EBV-encoded EBNA-6 binds and targets MRS18-2 to the nucleus, resulting in the disruption of pRb-E2F1 complexes.
Kashuba E, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008. PMID 18391203 Free PMC article.
In our current study, we found that EBNA-6 binds to a MRPS18-2 protein, and targets it to the nucleus. We found that MRPS18-2 binds to both hypo- and hyperphosphorylated forms of Rb protein specifically. ...Our experimental data suggest that EBNA-6 may play a major role in the entry of EBV infected B cells into the S phase by binding to and raising the level of nuclear MRPS18-2, protein. ...
In our current study, we found that EBNA-6 binds to a MRPS18-2 protein, and targets it to the nucleus. We found that MR …
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