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Brooke Cooper, Steven Schneider, Joanna Bohl, Yong hui Jiang, Arthur Beaudet, Scott Vande Pol
E6 oncoproteins from human papillomavirus type 16 (16E6) and Bovine Papillomavirus type 1 (BE6) bind to leucine rich peptides (called charged leucine, LXXLL, or signature peptides) found on target cellular proteins. BE6 and 16E6 both bind the product of the UBE3A gene called E6AP on a charged leucine peptide, LQELL. E6AP is an E3 ubiquitin ligase that together with 16E6 interacts with p53 to target p53 degradation. Although both BE6 and 16E6 bind the LQELL peptide of E6AP, only 16E6 acts as an adapter to then bring p53 to E6AP...
February 1, 2003: Virology
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