Two domains of p53 interact with the TATA-binding protein, and the adenovirus 13S E1A protein disrupts the association, relieving p53-mediated transcriptional repression

Nobuo Horikoshi, Anny Usheva, Jiandong Chen, Arnold J. Levine, Roberto Weinmann, Thomas Shenk

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