The HIV-1 transactivator protein Tat is a potent inducer of the human DNA repair enzyme beta-polymerase.


This study examines the effects of the HIV-1 regulatory proteins, Tat and Rev, on the expression of the DNA polymerase beta (beta-pol) gene, which encodes a key protein in the DNA base-excision repair pathway. The rationale for these experiments is to examine the potential involvement of base-excision repair protein deregulation in HIV-1-related lymphomas.




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