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Table 1 List of available EBV BACs.

From: Epstein-Barr virus genetics: talking about the BAC generation

gene/locus protein function reference
wild-type B95.8   [10, 23]
wild-type Akata   [22]
BALF4 virus-cell fusion [43]
BFLF2 DNA packaging, nuclear egress [74]
BFRF1 nuclear egress [75]
BGLF4 protein kinase [38, 76, 77]
BGLF5 alkaline exonuclease, virus maturation [78]
BHRF1 anti-apoptotic [61]
BHRF1+BARF1 anti-apoptotic [61]
BLLF1 virus binding [42]
BMRF1 DNA polymerase processivity [79, 80]
BMRF1+BALF5 DNA replication [80]
BNRF1 virus transport [81]
BNLF2a immune evasion [37]
BRLF1 lytic replication [47]
BZLF1 lytic replication [47]
BZLF1 promoter lytic replication [82]
EBNA1 episome maintenance, transactivation [59]
EBNA2 transformation, transactivation [83]
EBNA3A conditional
EBNA3A
transformation, transactivation [84]
[85]
EBNA3B unknown [23]
EBNA3C conditional
EBNA3C conditional †
transformation, transactivation [84]
[86]
LMP1 transformation, transactivation [87]
LMP2A membrane signal transduction, B cell survival [88]
oriLyt ZRE sites lytic replication [89]
CTCF binding site between oriP and Cp EBNA2 transcription [90]
snoRNA1 unknown [91]
terminal repeats DNA packaging [92]
  1. †Akata strain