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Interaction of p107 with cyclin A independent of complex formation with viral oncoproteins

Science  03 Jan 1992:
Vol. 255, Issue 5040, pp. 85-87
DOI: 10.1126/science.1532457

Abstract

The p107 protein and the retinoblastoma protein (RB) both bind specifically to two viral oncoproteins, the SV40 T antigen (T) and adenoviral protein E1A (E1A). Like RB, p107 contains a segment (the pocket) that, alone, can bind specifically to T, E1A, and multiple cellular proteins. Cyclin A bound to the p107 pocket, but not the RB pocket. Although both pockets contain two, related collinear subsegments (A and B), the unique sequence in the p107 pocket that occupies the space between A and B is required for the interaction with cyclin A.

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