Friday December 15th 2017

Molecular Network of ChIP-Seq-Based EBNA1-Target Cellular Genes Supports Biological Implications of EBV Persistence in Multiple Sclerosis (P6.158)

CONCLUSIONS:These results indicate that the EBNA1-target cellular gene network is closely associated with maintenance of EBV persistence by controlling the fate of EBV-infected host cells and by aberrantly regulating the production of host-derived antiviral interferons and other cytokines, supporting biological implications of EBV persistence in MS.Study Supported by:JSPS KAKENHI C25430054.Disclosure: Dr. Satoh has nothing to disclose. Dr. Kino has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Molecular Network of ChIP-Seq-Based EBNA1-Target Cellular Genes Supports Biological Implications of EBV Persistence in Multiple Sclerosis (P6.158)

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