Multiple roles of Brd4 in the human papillomavirus life cycle

@inproceedings{Helfer2014MultipleRO,
  title={Multiple roles of Brd4 in the human papillomavirus life cycle},
  author={Christine M. Helfer},
  year={2014}
}
ABSTRACT MULTIPLE ROLES OF BRD4 IN THE HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS LIFE CYCLE Christine M. Helfer Jianxin You While human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines protect against acquiring new infections, there is currently no antiviral treatment for eradicating persistent HPV infections. In this study, I demonstrated that the cellular chromatin binding protein, Brd4, in association with HPV E2 protein, is important for multiple HPV functions including replication, maintenance of viral genomes, and regulation of… CONTINUE READING

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