The 65-kD subunit of NF-kappa B is a receptor for I kappa B and a modulator of DNA-binding specificity.


A recent study has shown that the dimeric form of the 50-kD DNA-binding subunit of the NF-kappa B transcription factor is commonly associated with two molecules of a 65-kD protein (p65) and that p65 appears to be required for inactivation of the p50 dimer by the inhibitory subunit I kappa B. Here, we provide evidence that p65 serves as a receptor for I… (More)


  • Presentations referencing similar topics