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