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The Elb 55-kDa protein is not required, nor are viral nuclerc acid sequences required m the target RNAs (10,11,39). The ORF6 product has roles m the transport of late viral mRNAs from the nucleus to the cytoplasm of infected cells (81 and 1srequired for completion of secondstrand DNA synthesis m the life cycle of AAV (12). ORF6 forms a physical complex with the 55-kDa product of adenovnus early region 1b (E 1b) and the complex is the functtonal unit m at least some steps in late gene expression (13-15).
Whether this activity is mvolved in late message production is not known. Both ORF3 and ORF6 affect the architecture of the nucleus in infected cells and may mediate some of then effects in that way (I 7,181. ORF4 mutants are viable m standard hosts. Expression of ORF4 depresses transcription from at least some promoters that contam CREB protem-bmdmg sites, mcluding cJunB (19) and the adenovirus E2 and E4 promoters (20,21) The effect of ORF4 is indirect; an ORF4-induced change in the phosphorylanon state of cFos results m a reduction m cJunB transcriptton and consequently JunB levels and AP- 1 activity.
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