NF-κB and IRF1 Induce Endogenous Retrovirus K Expression via Interferon-Stimulated Response Elements in Its 5' Long Terminal Repeat.

@article{Manghera2016NFBAI,
  title={NF-κB and IRF1 Induce Endogenous Retrovirus K Expression via Interferon-Stimulated Response Elements in Its 5' Long Terminal Repeat.},
  author={Mamneet Manghera and Jennifer Ferguson-Parry and Rongtuan Lin and Ren{\'e}e N. Douville},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2016},
  volume={90 20},
  pages={9338-49}
}
UNLABELLED Thousands of endogenous retroviruses (ERV), viral fossils of ancient germ line infections, reside within the human genome. Evidence of ERV activity has been observed widely in both health and disease. While this is most often cited as a bystander effect of cell culture or disease states, it is unclear which signals control ERV transcription. Bioinformatic analysis suggests that the viral promoter of endogenous retrovirus K (ERVK) is responsive to inflammatory transcription factors… CONTINUE READING
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