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Figure 2 | Retrovirology

Figure 2

From: Distinct functions of HTLV-1 Tax1 from HTLV-2 Tax2 contribute key roles to viral pathogenesis

Figure 2

Two regions of Tax1 are responsible for increased transforming activity relative to Tax2 in CTLL-2 cells. (A) The amino acid sequences of the Tax LZR of HTLVs and STLVs. A bar indicates the identical amino acids of Tax from the other six viruses to that of Tax1. The leucine residues constituting a putative LZ structure are marked by circle. (B) The amino acid sequences in the C-terminal ends of the respective Tax proteins. The PBMs are surrounded by squares.

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