Tat acetyl-acceptor lysines are important for human immunodeficiency virus type-1 replication.


The human immunodeficiency virus type-1 trans-activator Tat is a transcription factor that activates the HIV-1 promoter through binding to the trans-activation-responsive region (TAR) localized at the 5'-end of all viral transcripts. We and others have recently shown that Tat is directly acetylated at lysine 28, within the activation domain, and lysine 50… (More)


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