A herpesvirus virulence factor inhibits dendritic cell maturation through protein phosphatase 1 and Ikappa B kinase. – PubMed

A herpesvirus virulence factor inhibits dendritic cell maturation through protein phosphatase 1 and Ikappa B kinase. - PubMed

A herpesvirus virulence factor inhibits dendritic cell maturation through protein phosphatase 1 and Ikappa B kinase. - PubMed
Dela Cruz CS, Viswanathan SR, El-Guindy AS, Shedd D, Miller G. We studied membrane interaction of two gB ectodomain forms and present an electron cryotomography structure of the gB-bilayer complex. To identify the host proteins hijacked by this pathogen, we systematically affinity tagged and purified all 89 proteins of Kaposi’s sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) from human cells. This vIL-6 activity is dependent, in part, on its interaction with a splice variant of vitamin K epoxide reductase complex subunit 1 (VKORC1), termed VKORC1 variant 2 (VKORC1v2). It was found that when all four glycoproteins were expressed, they were able to form a tetrameric complex. V. Specific types of microRNAs are associated with more or less severe cancers, suggesting that further research into their function could help develop potential treatments.

Therefore although the MAbs recognized the complex of glycoproteins, they appeared specific for gH. After loading onto the IL-6 3’ UTR, NCL differentially bound to the translation initiation factor eIF4H. However, HIPKs are able to autophosphorylate and to phosphorylate their exogenous substrates on serine and threonine residues, but their phosphorylation on tyrosine residues might be mediated by so far uncharacterized kinases (17, 38). shows that binase treatment shortens the full-length products of coupled activity by at least 8 nucleotides, indicating that the herpes polymerase only efficiently elongates primase-synthesized RNA primers >7 nucleotides long to full-length product.

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