HIV-1 LTR C/EBP binding site sequence configurations preferenstially encountered in brain lead to enhanced C/EBP factor binding and increased LTR-specific activity

H. L. Ross, S. Gartner, J. C. McArthur, J. R. Corboy, J. J. McAllister, S. Millhouse, B. Wigdahl

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