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    1. Lin, J; Johannsen, E; Robertson, E; Kieff, E
      Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen 3C putative repression domain mediates coactivation of the LMP1 promoter with EBNA-2

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    2. Hansen, CM; Rohde, L; Madsen, MW; Hansen, D; Colston, KW; Pirianov, G; Holm, PK; Binderup, L
      MCF-7/VDR: A new vitamin D resistant cell line

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    3. Blagosklonny, MV; Giannakakou, P; Romanova, LY; Ryan, KM; Vousden, KH; Fojo, T
      Inhibition of HIF-1-and wild-type p53-stimulated transcription by codon Arg175 p53 mutants with selective loss of functions

      CARCINOGENESIS
    4. Lian, JB; Stein, JL; Stein, GS; Montecino, M; van Wijnen, AJ; Javed, A; Gutierrez, S
      Contributions of nuclear architecture and chromatin to vitamin D-dependenttranscriptional control of the rat osteocalcin gene

      STEROIDS
    5. Park, JS; Kim, EJ; Lee, JY; Sin, HS; Namkoong, SE; Um, SJ
      Functional inactivation of p73, a homolog of p53 tumor suppressor protein,by human papillomavirus E6 proteins

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    6. Ariumi, Y; Kaida, A; Hatanaka, M; Shimotohno, K
      Functional cross-talk of HIV-1 Tat with p53 through its C-terminal domain

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    7. Reddy, TR
      A single point mutation in the nuclear localization domain of Sam68 blocksthe Rev/RRE-mediated transactivation

      ONCOGENE
    8. Fuentes-Panana, EM; Peng, RS; Brewer, G; Tan, J; Ling, PD
      Regulation of the Epstein-Barr virus C promoter by AUF1 and the cyclic AMP/protein kinase A signaling pathway

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    9. Zhao, B; Sample, CE
      Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen 3C activates the latent membrane protein 1 promoter in the presence of Epstein-Barr virus nuclear antigen 2 through sequences encompassing an Spi-1/Spi-B binding site

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Peng, RS; Gordadze, AV; Panana, EMF; Wang, F; Zong, JC; Hayward, GS; Tan, J; Ling, PD
      Sequence and functional analysis of EBNA-LP and EBNA2 proteins from nonhuman primate lymphocryptoviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    11. Chauchereau, A; Georgiakaki, M; Perrin-Wolff, M; Milgrom, E; Loosfelt, H
      JAB1 interacts with both the progesterone receptor and SRC-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    12. Colnot, S; Ovejero, C; Romagnolo, B; Porteu, A; Lacourte, P; Thomasset, M; Perret, C
      Transgenic analysis of the response of the rat calbindin-D 9k gene to vitamin D

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Lian, JB; Stein, GS; Stein, JL; van Wijnen, AJ
      Marrow transplantation and targeted gene therapy to the skeleton

      CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDICS AND RELATED RESEARCH
    14. Yanagi, S; Shimbara, N; Tamura, TA
      Tissue and cell distribution of a mammalian proteasomal ATPase, MSS1, and its complex formation with the basal transcription factors

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    15. Kundu, M; Ansari, SA; Chepenik, LG; Pomerantz, RJ; Khalili, K; Rappaport, J; Amini, S
      HIV-1 regulatory protein Tat induces RNA binding proteins in central nervous system cells that associate with the viral trans-acting-response regulatory motif

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    16. Bochtler, M; Ditzel, L; Groll, M; Hartmann, C; Huber, R
      The proteasome

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOPHYSICS AND BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE
    17. Thompson, PD; Hsieh, JC; Whitfield, GK; Haussler, CA; Jurutka, PW; Galligan, MA; Tillman, JB; Spindler, SR; Haussler, MR
      Vitamin D receptor displays DNA binding and transactivation as a heterodimer with the retinoid X receptor, but not with the thyroid hormone receptor

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Munder, T; Hinnen, A
      Yeast cells as tools for target-oriented screening

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    19. O'Connor, MJ; Zimmermann, H; Nielsen, S; Bernard, HU; Kouzarides, T
      Characterization of an E1A-CBP interaction defines a novel transcriptionaladapter motif (TRAM) in CBP/p300

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    20. Kaelin, WG
      The emerging p53 gene family

      JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE
    21. UEDA Y; WANG MC; OU BR; HUANG J; ELCE J; TANAKA K; ICHIHARA A; FORSBERG NE
      EVIDENCE FOR THE PARTICIPATION OF THE PROTEASOME AND CALPAIN IN EARLYPHASES OF MUSCLE-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    22. GROSSMAN SR; PEREZ M; KUNG AL; JOSEPH M; MANSUR C; XIAO ZX; KUMAR S; HOWLEY PM; LIVINGSTON DM
      P300 MDM2 COMPLEXES PARTICIPATE IN MDM2-MEDIATED P53 DEGRADATION/

      MOLECULAR CELL
    23. CHOUDHURY I; WANG JH; RABSON AB; STEIN S; POOYAN S; STEIN S; LEIBOWITZ MJ
      INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION BY A TAT RNA-BINDING DOMAIN PEPTIDE ANALOG

      Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes and human retrovirology
    24. MANET E; BOURILLOT PY; WALTZER L; SERGEANT A
      EBV GENES AND B-CELL PROLIFERATION

      Critical reviews in oncology/hematology
    25. MOUNKES LC; FULLER MT
      THE DUG GENE OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER ENCODES A STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL HOMOLOG OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE SUG1 PREDICTED ATPASE ASSOCIATED WITH THE 26S PROTEASOME

      Gene
    26. GLICKMAN MH; RUBIN DM; FRIED VA; FINLEY D
      THE REGULATORY PARTICLE OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE PROTEASOME

      Molecular and cellular biology
    27. Bieniasz, PD; Grdina, TA; Bogerd, HP; Cullen, BR
      Recruitment of a protein complex containing Tat and cyclin T1 to TAR governs the species specificity of HIV-1 Tat

      EMBO JOURNAL
    28. NAKAMURA T; TANAKA T; TAKAGI H; SATO M
      CLONING AND HETEROGENEOUS IN-VIVO EXPRESSION OF TAT-BINDING PROTEIN-1(TBP-1) IN THE MOUSE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    29. SUZUKA I; YANAGAWA Y; YAMAZAKI K; UEDA T; NAKAGAWA H; HASHIMOTO J
      BIOCHEMICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF RICE HOMOLOGS OF THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-1 TAT-BINDING PROTEIN AND SUBUNIT-4 OF HUMAN 26S PROTEASOME SUBUNITS

      Plant molecular biology
    30. CAI HC; SINGH I; WAGNER BJ
      GENE-EXPRESSION OF THE PROTEASOME IN RAT LENS DEVELOPMENT

      Experimental Eye Research
    31. MEI HY; MACK DP; GALAN AA; HALIM NS; HELDSINGER A; LOO JA; MORELAND DW; SANNESLOWERY KA; SHARMEEN L; TRUONG HN; CZARNIK AW
      DISCOVERY OF SELECTIVE, SMALL-MOLECULE INHIBITORS OF RNA COMPLEXES .1. THE TAT PROTEIN TAR RNA COMPLEXES REQUIRED FOR HIV-1 TRANSCRIPTION

      Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
    32. WEEDA G; ROSSIGNOL M; FRASER RA; WINKLER GS; VERMEULEN W; VANTVEER LJ; MA L; HOEIJMAKERS JHJ; EGLY JM
      THE XPB SUBUNIT OF REPAIR TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR TFIIH DIRECTLY INTERACTS WITH SUG1, A SUBUNIT OF THE 26S PROTEASOME AND PUTATIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR/

      Nucleic acids research
    33. MCCARTHY SA; CHEN D; YANG BS; RAMIREZ JJG; CHERWINSKI H; CHEN XR; KLAGSBRUN M; HAUSER CA; OSTROWSKI MC; MCMAHON M
      RAPID PHOSPHORYLATION OF ETS-2 ACCOMPANIES MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE ACTIVATION AND THE INDUCTION OF HEPARIN-BINDING EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR GENE-EXPRESSION BY ONCOGENIC RAF-1

      Molecular and cellular biology
    34. NACKEN W
      MEMBERS OF THE AAA-GENE FAMILY ARE INVOLVED IN EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS OFVERTEBRATES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    35. FONG SE; SMANIK P; THAIS T; SMITH MC; JASKUNAS SR
      DETECTION OF SPECIFIC HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 TAT-TAR COMPLEXES IN THE PRESENCE OF MILD DENATURING CONDITIONS

      Journal of virological methods
    36. HENNING W; ROHALY G; KOLZAU T; KNIPPSCHILD U; MAACKE H; DEPPERT W
      MDM2 IS A TARGET OF SIMIAN-VIRUS-40 IN CELLULAR-TRANSFORMATION AND DURING LYTIC INFECTION

      Journal of virology
    37. CHEN Y; SHARP ZD; LEE WH
      HEC BINDS TO THE 7TH REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF THE 26 S PROTEASOME AND MODULATES THE PROTEOLYSIS OF MITOTIC CYCLINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. AMBROSINO C; RUOCCO MR; CHEN XN; MALLARDO M; BAUDI F; TREMATERRA S; QUINTO I; VENUTA S; SCALA G
      HIV-1 TAT INDUCES THE EXPRESSION OF THE INTERLEUKIN-6 (IL6) GENE BY BINDING TO THE IL6 LEADER RNA AND BY INTERACTING WITH CAAT ENHANCER-BINDING PROTEIN-BETA (NF-IL6) TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. RICHMOND C; GORBEA C; RECHSTEINER M
      SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ATPASE SUBUNITS OF THE 26-S-PROTEASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    40. BRAND SR; KOBAYASHI R; MATHEWS MB
      THE TAT PROTEIN OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 IS A SUBSTRATEAND INHIBITOR OF THE INTERFERON-INDUCED, VIRALLY ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE, PKR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    41. SCHWAN WR; KOPECKO DJ
      UPTAKE OF PATHOGENIC INTRACELLULAR BACTERIA INTO HUMAN AND MURINE MACROPHAGES DOWN-REGULATES THE EUKARYOTIC 26S PROTEASE COMPLEX ATPASE GENE

      Infection and immunity
    42. SAWADA H; AKAISHI T; KATSU M; YOKOSAWA H
      DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PA700-LIKE PROTEASOME ACTIVATOR COMPLEX AND THE REGULATORY COMPLEX DISSOCIATED FROM THE 26S PROTEASOME IMPLIES THE INVOLVEMENT OF MODULATING FACTORS IN THE 26S PROTEASOME ASSEMBLY

      FEBS letters
    43. TANAKA T; NAKAMURA T; TAKAGI H; SATO M
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL TBP-1 INTERACTING PROTEIN (TBPIP) - ENHANCEMENT OF TBP-1 ACTION ON TAT BY TBPIP

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    44. JOSHI S; JOSHI RL
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1

      Transfusion science
    45. SHIVAKUMAR CV; DAS GC
      INTERACTION OF HUMAN POLYOMAVIRUS BK WITH THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR PROTEIN P53

      Oncogene
    46. LOHRUM M; SCHEIDTMANN KH
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF PHOSPHORYLATION OF RAT P53 ON TRANSACTIVATIONOF PROMOTERS DERIVED FROM DIFFERENT P53 RESPONSIVE GENES

      Oncogene
    47. LEEB T; RETTENBERGER G; BRUCH J; HAMEISTER H; BRENIG B
      THE PORCINE GENE TBP10 ENCODES A PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO THE HUMAN TAT-BINDING PROTEIN 26S PROTEASE SUBUNIT FAMILY

      Mammalian genome
    48. BAUR EV; ZECHEL C; HEERY D; HEINE MJS; GARNIER JM; VIVAT V; LEDOUARIN B; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; LOSSON R
      DIFFERENTIAL LIGAND-DEPENDENT INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE AF-2 ACTIVATING DOMAIN OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS AND THE PUTATIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL INTERMEDIARY FACTORS MSUG1 AND TIF1

      EMBO journal
    49. LAZO A; BAILER RT
      CONSTITUTIVE CYTOKINE RELEASE BY SIMIAN T-CELL LYMPHOTROPHIC VIRUS TYPE I(STLV-I) AND HUMAN T-CELL LYMPHOTROPHIC VIRUS TYPES I II (HTLV-I/II) TRANSFORMED-CELL LINES/

      Journal of medical primatology
    50. KAMINE J; ELANGOVAN B; SUBRAMANIAN T; COLEMAN D; CHINNADURAI G
      IDENTIFICATION OF A CELLULAR PROTEIN THAT SPECIFICALLY INTERACTS WITHTHE ESSENTIAL CYSTEINE REGION OF THE HIV-1 TAT TRANSACTIVATOR

      Virology
    51. RUBIN DM; COUX O; WEFES I; HENGARTNER C; YOUNG RA; GOLDBERG AL; FINLEY D
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE GAL4 SUPPRESSOR SUG1 AS A SUBUNIT OF THE YEAST 26S PROTEASOME

      Nature
    52. WANG WL; CHEVRAY PM; NATHANS D
      MAMMALIAN SUG1 AND C-FOS IN THE NUCLEAR 26S PROTEASOME

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. SEMMES OJ; JEANG KT
      LOCALIZATION OF HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-1 TAX TO SUBNUCLEAR COMPARTMENTS THAT OVERLAP WITH INTERCHROMATIN SPECKLES

      Journal of virology
    54. DEMARTINO GN; PROSKE RJ; MOOMAW CR; STRONG AA; SONG XL; HISAMATSU H; TANAKA K; SLAUGHTER CA
      IDENTIFICATION, PURIFICATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A PA700-DEPENDENT ACTIVATOR OF THE PROTEASOME

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    55. LENG P; BROWN DR; SHIVAKUMAR CV; DEB S; DEB SP
      N-TERMINAL-130 AMINO-ACIDS OF MDM2 ARE SUFFICIENT TO INHIBIT P53-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Oncogene
    56. HILT W; WOLF DH
      BROTEASOMES OF THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - GENES, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS

      Molecular biology reports
    57. TANAKA K
      MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY OF PROTEASOMES

      Molecular biology reports
    58. DUBIEL W; FERRELL K; RECHSTEINER M
      SUBUNITS OF THE REGULATORY COMPLEX OF THE 26S PROTEASE

      Molecular biology reports
    59. DEFFIE A; HAO MM; LUNA RMD; HULBOY DL; LOZANO G
      CYCLIN-E RESTORES P53 ACTIVITY IN CONTACT-INHIBITED CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    60. CONFALONIERI F; DUGUET M
      A 200-AMINO ACID ATPASE MODULE IN SEARCH OF A BASIC FUNCTION

      BioEssays
    61. KOMINAMI K; DEMARTINO GN; MOOMAW CR; SLAUGHTER CA; SHIMBARA N; FUJIMURO M; YOKOSAWA H; HISAMATSU H; TANAHASHI N; SHIMIZU Y; TANAKA K; TOHE A
      NIN1P, A REGULATORY SUBUNIT OF THE 26S PROTEASOME, IS NECESSARY FOR ACTIVATION OF CDC28P KINASE OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      EMBO journal
    62. TOMOYASU T; GAMER J; BUKAU B; KANEMORI M; MORI H; RUTMAN AJ; OPPENHEIM AB; YURA T; YAMANAKA K; NIKI H; HIRAGA S; OGURA T
      ESCHERICHIA-COLI FTSH IS A MEMBRANE-BOUND, ATP-DEPENDENT PROTEASE WHICH DEGRADES THE HEAT-SHOCK TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR SIGMA(32)

      EMBO journal
    63. NACKEN W; KINGSMAN AJ; KINGSMAN SM; SABLITZKY F; SORG C
      A HOMOLOG OF THE HUMAN MSS1 GENE, A POSITIVE MODULATOR OF HIV-1 GENE-EXPRESSION, IS MASSIVELY EXPRESSED IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    64. PROMBONA A; TABLER M; PROVIDAKI M; TSAGRIS M
      STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF LEMA-1, A TOMATO PROTEIN BELONGING TO THESEC18-PAS1-CDC48-TBP-1 PROTEIN FAMILY OF PUTATIVE MG2-DEPENDENT ATPASES()

      Plant molecular biology
    65. DESAIYAJNIK V; HADZIC E; MODLINGER P; MALHOTRA S; GECHLIK G; SAMUELS HH
      INTERACTIONS OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR WITH THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 (HIV-1) LONG TERMINAL REPEAT AND THE HIV-1 TAT TRANSACTIVATOR

      Journal of virology
    66. ROTHBLUM CJ; JACKMAN J; MIKOVITS J; SHUKLA RR; KUMAR A
      INTERACTION OF NUCLEAR-PROTEIN P140 WITH HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUSTYPE-1 TAR RNA IN MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PRIMARY HUMAN T-LYMPHOCYTES

      Journal of virology
    67. SUNE C; GARCIABLANCO MA
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL TRANS ACTIVATION BY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 TAT REQUIRES SPECIFIC COACTIVATORS THAT ARE NOT BASAL FACTORS

      Journal of virology
    68. SEMMES OJ; JEANG KT
      DEFINITION OF A MINIMAL ACTIVATION DOMAIN IN HUMAN T-CELL LEUKEMIA-VIRUS TYPE-I TAX

      Journal of virology
    69. HART CE; SALTARELLI MJ; GALPHIN JC; SCHOCHETMAN G
      A HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 12-ASSOCIATED 83-KILODALTON CELLULAR PROTEIN SPECIFICALLY BINDS TO THE LOOP REGION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 TRANSACTIVATION RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Journal of virology
    70. INMAN GJ; FARRELL PJ
      EPTEIN-BARR VIRUS EBNA-LP AND TRANSCRIPTION REGULATION PROPERTIES OF PRB, P107 AND P53 IN TRANSFECTION ASSAYS

      Journal of General Virology
    71. DAWSON SP; ARNOLD JE; MAYER NJ; REYNOLDS SE; BILLETT MA; GORDON C; COLLEAUX L; KLOETZEL PM; TANAKA K; MAYER RJ
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES OF THE 26-S-PROTEASOME IN ABDOMINAL INTERSEGMENTAL MUSCLES OF MANDUCA-SEXTA DURING PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. LUCERO HA; CHOJNICKI EWT; MANDIYAN S; NELSON H; NELSON N
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A YEAST GENE ENCODING A PROTEIN WITH ATPASEACTIVITY AND HIGH IDENTITY TO THE SUBUNIT-4 OF THE HUMAN 26-S PROTEASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    73. AKIYAMA K; YOKOTA K; KAGAWA S; SHIMBARA N; DEMARTINO GN; SLAUGHTER CA; NODA C; TANAKA K
      CDNA CLONING OF A NEW PUTATIVE ATPASE SUBUNIT P45 OF THE HUMAN 26S PROTEASOME, A HOMOLOG OF YEAST TRANSCRIPTIONAL FACTOR SUG1P

      FEBS letters
    74. IMAI Y; CHUMAKOV AM; MILLER CW; SAID J; KOEFFLER HP
      T-ANTIGEN OF SV40 BLOCKS P53 TRANSACTIVATION BUT NOT P53 SPECIFIC BINDING TO DNA

      International journal of oncology
    75. SCHNALL R; MANNHAUPT G; STUCKA R; TAUER R; EHNLE S; SCHWARZLOSE C; VETTER I; FELDMANN H
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SET OF YEAST GENES-CODING FOR A NOVEL FAMILY OF PUTATIVE ATPASES WITH HIGH SIMILARITY TO CONSTITUENTS OF THE 26S PROTEASE COMPLEX

      Yeast
    76. DUBIEL W; FERRELL K; RECHSTEINER M
      TAT-BINDING PROTEIN-7 IS A SUBUNIT OF THE 26S PROTEASE

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    77. TEITZ T; YEN TSB; KAN YW
      AMPLIFICATION OF A SV40 T-ANTIGEN TRANSGENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH SARCOMAGENESIS IN MICE

      Carcinogenesis
    78. HIRTZLIN J; FARBER PM; FRANKLIN RM
      ISOLATION OF A NOVEL PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM GENE ENCODING A PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO THE TAT-BINDING PROTEIN FAMILY

      European journal of biochemistry
    79. LUPAS A; KOSTER AJ; BAUMEISTER W
      STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF 26S AND 20S PROTEASOMES

      Enzyme & protein
    80. DEMARTINO GN; SLAUGHTER CA
      REGULATORY PROTEINS OF THE PROTEASOME

      Enzyme & protein
    81. HERRMANN CH; RICE AP
      SPECIFIC INTERACTION OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TAT PROTEINSWITH A CELLULAR PROTEIN-KINASE

      Virology
    82. HART CE; GALPHIN JC; WESTHAFER MA; SCHOCHETMAN G
      TAR LOOP-DEPENDENT HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TRANSACTIVATION REQUIRES FACTORS ENCODED ON HUMAN CHROMOSOME-12

      Journal of virology


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