Robert Touitou

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EBNA3C can specifically repress the expression of reporter plasmids containing EBV Cp latency-associated promoter elements. Cp is normally the main promoter for EBNA mRNA initiation, so it appears that EBNA3C contributes to a negative autoregulatory control loop. By mutational analysis it was previously established that this repression is consistent with(More)
The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is associated with the development of different malignancies. In the last few years, EBV has been detected in a subset of breast tumors. The EBV genome was detected by PCR and Southern-blot analysis and identification of the infected cells was determined using different in situ methods. EBV has detected more frequently in(More)
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