The interferon-inducible DNA-sensor protein IFI16: a key player in the antiviral response.

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IFI16, a member of the IFN-inducible PYHIN-200 gene family, displays multifaceted activity due to its ability to bind to various target proteins and, in turn, modulate a variety cell functions including proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis/pyroptosis, senescence, and in? ammation. The last few year have seen major advances in our knowledge of IFI16… (More)

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@article{DellOste2015TheID, title={The interferon-inducible DNA-sensor protein IFI16: a key player in the antiviral response.}, author={Valentina Dell'Oste and Deborah Gatti and Alessandro G Giorgio and Marisa Gariglio and Santo Landolfo and Marco De Andrea}, journal={The new microbiologica}, year={2015}, volume={38 1}, pages={5-20} }