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By McFadden G., Moyer R.

Virus-encoded contributors of the chemokine superfamily of ligands were stumbled on within the genomes of definite poxviruses and herpesviruses. The MC148R gene of molluscum contagiosum virus, a human-specific poxvirus that induces benign pores and skin lesions which could turn into clinically critical in immunocompromised sufferers, encodes for amemberof theCCchemokinesuperfamily that may antagonize the actions of numerous human CC chemokines validated. The MC148R protein lacks yes amino acid motifs on the N-terminus which are believed to be required for signaling from cognate chemokine receptors, and this option is assumed to be vital for its task as a CC chemokine antagonist.

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