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bro-c  -  ORF74

Mamestra configurata nucleopolyhedrovirus B

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  • We propose that BRO-A and BRO-C may function as DNA binding proteins that influence host DNA replication and/or transcription [1].
  • We detected BRO-A, BRO-C, and BRO-D in the histone H1 fraction using anti-BRO antibodies [1].
  • To identify essential site(s) for promoter activation, mutations were introduced to the promoter region of bro-c. Interestingly, it was shown that the pentanucleotide sequence CACGC located 30 nucleotides downstream of the RNA start site was essential for bro-c promoter activation [2].
  • Transient expression assays using genomic libraries of BmNPV indicated that the baculoviral trans-regulator IE-1 is responsible for activating the bro-c promoter [2].


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