Chao-Jung Wu

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The nucleoprotein (NP) of the influenza virus exists as trimers, and its tail-loop binding pocket has been suggested as a potential target for antiinfluenza therapeutics. The possibility of NP as a drug target was validated by the recent reports that nucleozin and its analogs can inhibit viral replication by inducing aggregation of NP trimers. However,(More)
Healthy lifestyles and environment produce a good state of health. A number of scientific studies support the notion that external stimuli regulate an individual's epigenomic profile. Epigenetic changes play a key role in defining gene expression patterns under both normal and pathological conditions. As a major posttranslational modification, lysine (K)(More)
Protein lysine acetyltransferases (KATs) catalyze acetylation of the ε-amino group on a specific lysine residue, and this posttranslational modification is important for regulating the function and activities of thousands of proteins in diverse organisms from bacteria to humans. Interestingly, many known KATs exist in multisubunit complexes and complex(More)
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