The ING4 Binding with p53 and Induced p53 Acetylation were Attenuated by Human Papillomavirus 16 E6Reportar como inadecuado




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High risk subtype HPV16 early oncoprotein E6 contributes host cell immortalization and transformation through interacting with a number of cellular factors. ING4 is one member of the inhibitor of growth ING family of type II tumor suppressors and it has been shown to be involved in regulating p53 function. However, the effect and mechanism of HPV16 E6 on ING4 function remain elusive. In this study, we report HPV16 E6 combines with ING4 in vivo and in vitro. The ING4 induced p53 acetylation and its combining with p53 were attenuated by HPV16 E6 independent of p53 degradation. The enhancing function of ING4 on p53 mediated apoptosis was diminished when HPV16 E6 existed. These findings reveal that ING4 may be a common target of oncogenic viruses for driving host cell carcinogenesis.



Autor: Yi Guo, Xiangkai Meng, Qian Wang, Yanan Wang, Hong Shang

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/



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