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Abstract

Since ‘constitutive activation’ of STAT1 was first described in Epstein–Barr virus (EBV)-immortalized lymphoblastoid cell lines (LCLs), there has been controversy regarding the molecular identity of the STAT1 DNA-binding complex found in these cells. The post-translational modifications of STAT1 in LCLs have been analysed and an LMP1-induced STAT1 DNA-binding complex, different from that generated by alpha interferon (IFN) stimulation and not involving tyrosine phosphorylation, is demonstrated. STAT1 is serine-phosphorylated downstream of PI3K and MEK in LCLs and this modification restricts IFN-stimulated STAT1–DNA binding. These data suggest that EBV induces a distinct form of DNA-bound STAT1 in virus-infected cells.

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