Vitaliy R Shakulov

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To overcome poor immunogenicity of prothymosin alpha, a small and highly acidic nuclear protein involved in cell proliferation, production of anti-prothymosin alpha antibodies in mice immunized with free human prothymosin alpha, with prothymosin alpha coupled to different carriers and with prothymosin alpha fused to green fluorescent protein was assessed.(More)
A proliferation-related human protein prothymosin alpha displays exclusively nuclear localization when produced in human and Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells, whereas its isolated bipartite NLS confers nuclear targeting of the GFP reporter in human but not in yeast cells. To test whether this observation is indicative of the existence of specific requirements(More)
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