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Hijacking of domain−motif networks by Human Papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 : a structural and interactomics approach
Interpréter des résultats en termes de causalité, corrélation, "rôle", ou "fonction": exemples tirés de l'étude d'une oncoprotéine virale
Hijacking of domain-motif networks by Human Papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 : a structural and interactomics approach
X-ray and NMR structural studies provide novel insights into the function and evolution of papillomavirus oncoproteins E6 and E7
A structural and quantitative approach of the interactomes of papillomavirus oncoproteins
The oncoproteins of Human Papillomaviruses: instances of viral strategies for hijacking of host motifs
Structural Studies on papillomavirus oncoproteins
Avancées récentes sur les structures d’oncoprotéines de papillomavirus
The holdup assay: quantitative specificity assessment of domain-motif mediated interactomes
The E6 oncoprotein of cancerogenic papillomaviruses: viral strategies for efficient hijacking of host motifs
Inhibition de E6 des HPV de haut risque par un ligand bivalent
Optimizing the solubility of a recalcitrant protein for structural studies: lessons from the papillomavirus oncoprotein E6
Measuring Protein-ligand Interaction Affinities at high throughput
An overview of novel structural data on E6 and E7 Papillomavirus oncoproteins
Towards a structural and quantitative description of the interactomes of papillomavirus oncoproteins
Strategies for bacterial expression of protein-peptide complexes: application to solubilization of papillomavirus E6
Solution structure analysis of the HPV16 E6 oncoprotein reveals a self-association mechanism required for E6-mediated degradation of p53