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Adenovirus e1b protein

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Adenovirus e1b protein - human e1b protein (175 aa, 20 kda) protein is encoded by the human adenovirus 2 (hadv-2) gene. This protein is transcribed by the e1b region of the hadv-2 gene, which is involved in the regulation of e1b protein levels. This protein is an inhibitor of apoptosis induced by tnf or fas pathways, as well as p53-mediated apoptosis. Without e1b function, virus production is compromised due to the premature death of the host cell.

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