The Transcription Factor FoxK Participates with Nup98 To Regulate Antiviral Gene Expression

@inproceedings{Panda2015TheTF,
  title={The Transcription Factor FoxK Participates with Nup98 To Regulate Antiviral Gene Expression},
  author={Debasis Panda and Beth Gold and Michael A. Tartell and Keiko Rausch and Sergio Casas-Tint{\'o} and S. N. Cherry},
  booktitle={mBio},
  year={2015}
}
UNLABELLED Upon infection, pathogen recognition leads to a rapidly activated gene expression program that induces antimicrobial effectors to clear the invader. We recently found that Nup98 regulates the expression of a subset of rapidly activated antiviral genes to restrict disparate RNA virus infections in Drosophila by promoting RNA polymerase occupancy at the promoters of these antiviral genes. How Nup98 specifically targets these loci was unclear; however, it is known that Nup98… CONTINUE READING
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