KSHV-encoded vCyclin can modulate HIF1α levels to promote DNA replication in hypoxia

  1. Rajnish Kumar singh
  2. Yonggang Pei
  3. Dipayan Bose
  4. Zachary L Lamplugh
  5. Kunfeng Sun
  6. Yan Yuan
  7. Paul Lieberman
  8. Jianxin You
  9. Erle S Robertson  Is a corresponding author
  1. University of Pennsylvania, United States
  2. Wistar, United States
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  1. Rajnish Kumar singh
  2. Yonggang Pei
  3. Dipayan Bose
  4. Zachary L Lamplugh
  5. Kunfeng Sun
  6. Yan Yuan
  7. Paul Lieberman
  8. Jianxin You
  9. Erle S Robertson
(2021)
KSHV-encoded vCyclin can modulate HIF1α levels to promote DNA replication in hypoxia
eLife 10:e57436.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.57436