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Cellular and viral chromatin proteins are positive factors in the regulation of adenovirus gene expression

Nucleic Acids Research

Oct 12, 2010

Tetsuro KomatsuKyosuke Nagata

Abstract

The adenovirus genome forms chromatin-like structure with viral core proteins. This complex supports only a low level of transcription in a cell-free system, and thus core proteins have been thought to be negative factors for transcription. The mechanism how the transcription from the v...read more

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Influenza Virus Core Proteins
Complex (molecular entity)
Transcription, Genetic
DNA, Viral
Gene Expression
Viral Core Proteins
Gene Expression Regulation, Viral
Protein Acetylation
Histone H3
Transcription Factor TFIID
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Cellular and viral chromatin proteins are positive factors in the regulation of adenovirus gene expression

Nucleic Acids Research

Oct 12, 2010

Tetsuro KomatsuKyosuke Nagata

PMID: 20926393

DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkq783

Abstract

The adenovirus genome forms chromatin-like structure with viral core proteins. This complex supports only a low level of transcription in a cell-free system, and thus core proteins have been thought to be negative factors for transcription. The mechanism how the transcription from the v...read more

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Influenza Virus Core Proteins
Complex (molecular entity)
Transcription, Genetic
DNA, Viral
Gene Expression
Viral Core Proteins
Gene Expression Regulation, Viral
Protein Acetylation
Histone H3
Transcription Factor TFIID

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Mutations, single nucleotide variants and large genomic rearrangements in non-coding regions of the genome can have severe consequences such as disruption of transcription factor binding sites and functions of non-coding RNAs and can impact tumor development and progression. This feed focuses on the latest research on non-coding variants in cancer.

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