Bovine papillomavirus E1 protein is sumoylated by the host cell Ubc9 protein.

@article{Rangasamy2000BovinePE,
  title={Bovine papillomavirus E1 protein is sumoylated by the host cell Ubc9 protein.},
  author={Dandapani Rangasamy and Van G. Wilson},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2000},
  volume={275 39},
  pages={30487-95}
}
Papillomavirus E1 protein is the replication initiator that recognizes and binds to the viral origin and initiates DNA strand separation through its ATP-dependent helicase activity. The E1 protein also functions in viral DNA replication by recruiting several cellular proteins to the origin, including host DNA polymerase alpha and replication protein A. To identify other cellular proteins that interact with bovine papillomavirus E1, an HeLa cDNA library was screened using a yeast two-hybrid… CONTINUE READING

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