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Fig. 6 | Virology Journal

Fig. 6

From: Arsenic trioxide inhibits EBV reactivation and promotes cell death in EBV-positive lymphoma cells

Fig. 6

A depiction of how ATO regulates the EBV lytic cycle and cell fate in EBV-positive lymphoma cells. Exposure to ATO induces EBV lytic protein degradation through sumoylation and ubiquitination. Consequent to their degradation, EBV lytic genes cannot activate EBV lytic replication, which in turn diminishes signaling required for cell growth. Ultimately ATO leads to cell death in EBV-positive cells

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