Patrick Reilly

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Human HCF-1 is a large, highly conserved, and abundant nuclear protein that plays an important but unknown role in cell proliferation. It also plays a role in activation of herpes simplex virus immediate-early gene transcription by the viral regulatory protein VP16. A single proline-to-serine substitution in the HCF-1 VP16 interaction domain causes a(More)
Owing to a single missense mutation in the cell proliferation factor HCF-1, the temperature-sensitive tsBN67 hamster cell line arrests proliferation at nonpermissive temperatures, primarily in a G(0)/G(1) state, and displays temperature-sensitive cytokinesis defects. The HCF-1 mutation in tsBN67 cells also causes a temperature-sensitive dissociation of(More)
Mammalian HCF-1 is a highly conserved and abundant chromatin-bound protein that plays a role in both herpes simplex virus (HSV) immediate-early (IE) gene transcription and cell proliferation. Its role in cell proliferation has been evidenced through the analysis of a temperature-sensitive hamster cell line called tsBN67. When placed at nonpermissive(More)
Increasing use of e-government raises issues about the privacy of information provided by citizens to government. This paper explores the experiences and concerns of New Zealanders in relation to information privacy, and the impact of these concerns on the trust they place in government. A series of focus groups were conducted among community groups. The(More)