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Abstract

The Epstein—Barr virus (EBV)-encoded, nuclear matrix-associated EBNA-5 protein is preferentially localized within distinct nuclear blobs in EBV-immortalized lymphoblastoid cell lines. We have previously found that the same blobs also contain retinoblastoma (Rb) protein. We now show that they contain hsp70 protein as well. Both EBNA-5 and hsp70 translocate to the nucleolus under cell density congestion or after heat shock. Both proteins relocate to their original position upon the reestablishment of normal physiological conditions. EBNA-5 is tightly bound to the nuclear matrix. The translocated EBNA-5 is also tightly associated with matrix structures, as shown by sequential elution-based cell fractionation. The Rb protein does not translocate to the nucleolus. The virally encoded EBNA-1, -2, -3 and -6, and cellular PCNA, snRNP and cyclin E are not affected either. The translocation of EBNA-5 to the nucleolus is not species- or cell type-specific since stress conditions induced the same phenomenon in EBNA-5-transfected human, mouse and rat cells of different tissue origins.

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