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Pathways authored by Rice, AP (165067)

DB_ID Name
165054 Rev-mediated nuclear export of HIV RNA
167152 Formation of HIV elongation complex in the absence of HIV Tat
167158 Formation of the HIV-1 Early Elongation Complex
167162 RNA Polymerase II HIV Promoter Escape
167160 RNA Pol II CTD phosphorylation and interaction with CE during HIV infection
167161 HIV Transcription Initiation
167169 HIV Transcription Elongation
167172 Transcription of the HIV genome
167200 Formation of HIV-1 elongation complex containing HIV-1 Tat
176034 Interactions of Tat with host cellular proteins
177243 Interactions of Rev with host cellular proteins
162587 HIV Life Cycle
162906 HIV Infection

Details on Person Rice, AP

_displayNameRice, AP
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:37:58
affiliation[Affiliation:165065] Baylor College of Medicine
created[InstanceEdit:165066] Matthews, L, 2005-07-26 23:29:22
modified[InstanceEdit:176000] Gopinathrao, G, 2006-02-27 15:06:24
(author)[InstanceEdit:162606] Rice, AP, 2005-03-31 22:30:19
[InstanceEdit:162918] Rice, AP, 2005-04-06 03:08:44
[InstanceEdit:165064] Matthews, L, Rice, AP, 2005-07-27 00:00:00
[InstanceEdit:180649] Bukrinsky, Michael, D'Eustachio, Peter, Gillespie, Marc E, Gopinathrao, G, Iordanskiy, S, Morrow, MP, Matthews, Lisa, Rice, AP
[LiteratureReference:167786] Regulation of TAK/P-TEFb in CD4+ T lymphocytes and macrophages
[LiteratureReference:167810] TAK, an HIV Tat-associated kinase, is a member of the cyclin-dependent family of protein kinases and is induced by activation of peripheral blood lymphocytes and differentiation of promonocytic cell lines
[LiteratureReference:170692] Lentivirus Tat proteins specifically associate with a cellular protein kinase, TAK, that hyperphosphorylates the carboxyl-terminal domain of the large subunit of RNA polymerase II: candidate for a Tat cofactor
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