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Abstract

B23/nucleophosmin has been identified as a stimulatory factor for replication of adenovirus DNA complexed with viral basic core proteins. In the present study, the function of B23 in the adenovirus life cycle was studied. It was found that both the expression of a decoy mutant derived from adenovirus core protein V that tightly associates with B23 and small interfering RNA-mediated depletion of B23 impeded the production of progeny virions. However, B23 depletion did not significantly affect the replication and transcription of the virus genome. Chromatin immunoprecipitation analyses revealed that B23 depletion significantly increased the association of viral DNA with viral core proteins and cellular histones. These results suggest that B23 is involved in the regulation of association and/or dissociation of core proteins and cellular histones with the virus genome. In addition, these results suggest that proper viral chromatin assembly, regulated in part by B23, is crucial for the maturation of infectious virus particles.

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