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S this effect by blocking dephosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 [63,64]. However, SV40 tAg appears to stimulate SV40 replication to a limited extent in vivo; SV40 tAg deletion mutants produce slightly lower numbers of virions per infected cell [43] and addition of tAg protein to cells infected with SV40 tAg-defective genomes stimulates DNA replication [20]. Recently, tAg was shown to have a sig
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S this effect by blocking dephosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 [63,64]. However, SV40 tAg appears to stimulate SV40 replication to a limited extent in vivo; SV40 tAg deletion mutants produce slightly lower numbers of virions per infected cell [43] and addition of tAg protein to cells infected with SV40 tAg-defective genomes stimulates DNA replication [20]. Recently, tAg was shown to have a sig
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S this effect by blocking dephosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 [63,64]. However, SV40 tAg appears to stimulate SV40 replication to a limited extent in vivo; SV40 tAg deletion mutants produce slightly lower numbers of virions per infected cell [43] and addition of tAg protein to cells infected with SV40 tAg-defective genomes stimulates DNA replication [20]. Recently, tAg was shown to have a sig
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Dies have confirmed this role for JCV TAg as well. Regulation of SV40 DNA replication involves the incompletely understood coordination of TAg phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 negatively regulates TAg functions, whereas phosphorylation of threonine 124 is required for TAg-mediated replication [reviewed in 20,21]. Modifications to the corresponding resid
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Dies have confirmed this role for JCV TAg as well. Regulation of SV40 DNA replication involves the incompletely understood coordination of TAg phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 negatively regulates TAg functions, whereas phosphorylation of threonine 124 is required for TAg-mediated replication [reviewed in 20,21]. Modifications to the corresponding resid
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Dies have confirmed this role for JCV TAg as well. Regulation of SV40 DNA replication involves the incompletely understood coordination of TAg phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 negatively regulates TAg functions, whereas phosphorylation of threonine 124 is required for TAg-mediated replication [reviewed in 20,21]. Modifications to the corresponding resid
1
Dies have confirmed this role for JCV TAg as well. Regulation of SV40 DNA replication involves the incompletely understood coordination of TAg phosphorylation and dephosphorylation. Phosphorylation of serines 120 and 123 negatively regulates TAg functions, whereas phosphorylation of threonine 124 is required for TAg-mediated replication [reviewed in 20,21]. Modifications to the corresponding resid
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Ed to nitrocellulose, and reacted with R136 (lane 1), R137 (lane 2), R138 (lane 3), or R139 (lane 4).precipitated with LP11, separated by SDS-PAGE, and analyzed by Western blotting, probing for gH (Fig. 3A, lane 1) and gL (Fig. 3A, lane 2) on individual nitrocellulose strips. Both proteins were detected, showing that the complex was reactive with LP11. Similar results were obtained in assays using
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