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Adenoviruses, Human

 
 
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Chemical compound and disease context of Adenoviruses, Human

  • Similar repeating units were detected in hamster cells that were nonpermissive for human adenovirus and in cells pretreated with n-butyrate [11].
  • Types I and II cyclic adenosine 3':5'-monophosphate (cAMP)-dependent protein kinases were compared in extracts from untransformed rat 3Y1 cells and 3Y1 cells transformed by the highly oncogenic human adenovirus type 12 [12].
  • A highly efficient receptor-mediated delivery system for DNA and oligodeoxynucleotides (ODNs) to avian liver cells has been established, using complexes of nonmodified human adenovirus particles and a protein conjugate consisting of N-acetyl-glucosamine-modified bovine serum albumin, streptavidin, and Poly-L-lysine [13].
  • One proposed mechanisms to explain human adenovirus persistence is an ineffective CTL response due to reduced cell surface expression of class I MHC Ag on virally infected cells, an effect mediated by the 19-kDa glycoprotein encoded by Ad early region 3 (E3) [14].
  • The inhibitory profile of the isolated proteinase and the affinity labeling clearly indicate that the human adenovirus type 2 proteinase is a cysteine rather than a serine proteinase as previously believed [5].
 

Biological context of Adenoviruses, Human

 

Anatomical context of Adenoviruses, Human

 

Gene context of Adenoviruses, Human

  • Human adenoviruses have evolved strategies to regulate p53 function and stability to permit efficient viral replication [25].
  • A recombinant human adenovirus expressing a kinase-inactive mutant of JNK1 (APF mutant) was used to determine the biological effect of blocking JNK activity in Nb2 cells [26].
  • It has been known for some time that expression of the 243-residue (243R) human adenovirus type 5 (Ad5) early region 1A (E1A) protein causes an increase in the level of the cellular tumor suppressor p53 and induction of p53-dependent apoptosis [27].
  • In order to test this concept, a recombinant serotype Ad5 human adenovirus encoding a secreted form of VCAM-1 (Ad.CBsVCAM) was constructed [28].
  • The CR3 activation domain of the human adenovirus E1A protein stimulates transcription by forming protein-protein interactions with DNA sequence-specific binding factors and components of the TFIID complex [29].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Adenoviruses, Human

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