Overlapping octamer and TAATGARAT motifs in the VF65-response elements in herpes simplex virus immediate-early promoters represent independent binding sites for cellular nuclear factor III

C. M.J. apRhys, D. M. Ciufo, E. A. O'Neill, T. J. Kelly, G. S. Hayward

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