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Genome-wide recruitment profile of Tat protein on cellular genes in HIV-1 infected T-cells

ABSTRACT: HIV-1 Tat is a multifunctional protein, that in addition to its primary function of transactivating viral transcription also tends to modulate cellular gene expression, the molecular mechanism of which remains to be clearly elucidated. We have reported earlier NFκB enhancer binding activity of Tat and proposed its potential role in regulation of cellular gene expression. In the present study, we have analysed genome wide occupancy of Tat protein in HIV-1 infected cells. Our results identify an entire spectrum of binding sites of Tat protein on chromatin and also reveal that Tat is recruited majorly on gene promoters indicating its possible involvement in the regulation of cellular gene expression. Agilent two-color ChIP-on-Chip experiment, Organism: Homo sapiens ,Genotypic Technology designed Custom Human Promoter 244k ChIP-on-chip Array (AMADID-019469)

SUBMITTER: Jayashree S Ladha   Beena Pillai  Debashis Mitra  Debashis Mitra  Neeru Dhamija 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-37183 | ArrayExpress | 2014-12-15



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