Numerous nuclear proteins bind the long control region of human papillomavirus type 16: a subset of 6 of 23 DNase I-protected segments coincides with the location of the cell-type-specific enhancer.


The long control region of the human papillomavirus type 16 genome is 856 base pairs (bp) long. It contains a cell-type-specific enhancer, a glucocorticoid response element, and sequences mediating the response to the viral gene products of open reading frame E2; all three regulate the promoter P97. We mapped binding sites of trans-acting proteins relevant… (More)


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