LANA2 Products


Description

LANA2 (latency-associated nuclear antigen) is an inhibitor of p53-induced transcription in reporter assays and may be an apoptosis antagonist. It is a nuclear protein associated with Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpes virus (KSHV), or human herpes virus 8. It is found in abundance in the nuclei of cultured cells from KSHV-infected hematopoietic tissues, such as PEL (primary effusion lymphoma) and CD (multicentric Castleman's disease). It does not appear to be expressed in KS (Kaposi's sarcoma) lesions.

Bioinformatics

Alternate Names
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2
  • LANA-2
  • vIRF-3
  • vIRF3
  • vIRF 3
  • Latency-associated nuclear antigen 2
  • LANA 2

Research Areas for LANA2

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Apoptosis
Cancer
Cell Biology
Chromatin Research
Transcription Factors and Regulators
Virology, Bacteria and Parasites