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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. Among authors: Snopok B. PMID 18391203 Free PMC article.
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), like other DNA tumor viruses, induces an S-phase in the natural host cell, the human B lymphocyte. ...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. ...
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), like other DNA tumor viruses, induces an S-phase in the natural host cell, the human B lymphocyte. ...Our e …
SPR-based immunocapture approach to creating an interfacial sensing architecture: Mapping of the MRS18-2 binding site on retinoblastoma protein
Snopok B, et al. Anal Bioanal Chem 2006. PMID 17086389
The formation of the pRb-MRS18-2 protein complex was examined and the pRb binding site (A-box-spacer-B-box) was mapped. We have also shown that MRS18-2, which was detected as the Epstein-Barr virus-encoded EBNA-6 binding partner using the yeast two-hybrid system, binds to pRb in GST pull-down assays....
The formation of the pRb-MRS18-2 protein complex was examined and the pRb binding site (A-box-spacer-B-box) was mapped. We have also …
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