By McFadden G., Moyer R.
Virus-encoded participants of the chemokine superfamily of ligands were came across within the genomes of convinced poxviruses and herpesviruses. The MC148R gene of molluscum contagiosum virus, a human-specific poxvirus that induces benign pores and skin lesions which could turn into clinically critical in immunocompromised sufferers, encodes for amemberof theCCchemokinesuperfamily which may antagonize the actions of a number of human CC chemokines demonstrated. The MC148R protein lacks convinced amino acid motifs on the N-terminus which are believed to be required for signaling from cognate chemokine receptors, and this option is thought to be very important for its job as a CC chemokine antagonist.
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