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From: Ubiquitination and sumoylation of the HTLV-2 Tax-2B protein regulate its NF-κB activity: a comparative study with the HTLV-1 Tax-1 protein

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Alignment of the Tax-1 and Tax-2B amino acid sequences. The 10 lysine residues of Tax-1 and the 10 equivalent lysine residues of Tax-2B are designated K1 to K10. The four additional Tax-2B lysine residues are designated K2i, K3i, K3ii and K10i. The two functional domains involved in Tax-1-mediated processing of NF-κB p100 and binding to PDZ domain containing protein (PBM) that are divergent in Tax-2B, are highlighted.

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