Repressor protein cI - P03034 (RPC1_LAMBD)

 

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Number of PDB entries for P03034: 8
 
Function
Acts as a transcriptional repressor that allows virus to establish and maintain latency. Prevents both the viral DNA replication and the exit programs. Clamps the two operator OL (operator left made of OL1, OL2 and OL3 sites) and OR (operator right made of OR1, OR2 and OR3 sites) together by binding to them and arranging the intervening DNA in a loop. This step allows repression of lytic pR and pL promoters by binding to OL1, OL2, OR1 and OR2 simultaneously. The binding of cI on OR2 additionally activates the transcription of the cI gene thereby mediating an autoregulatory function to maintain the latent state. Once cI is present in sufficient amount, it can repress its own transcription by binding to OL3 and OR3. (data source: UniProt  )
Subunit structure
Homooctamer. The DNA loop is maintained by octamers of repressor cI. (data source: UniProt  )
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Gene names: cI lambdap88
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