By Robert K. Poole
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The brief discussion below is limited to UbH proteins for which functional information is available. There are many other UbH proteins in databases; a few of these are included in Table I. 1. lb). 1a. Viral Ubiquitin. Although the baculovirus UbH protein, known as vUb, is 79% identical to ubiquitin (Guarino, 1990; Table I), the two known baculovirus ubiquitins are more similar to each other than to animal ubiquitin (see Reilly and Guarino, 1996). This suggests that vUh has evolved to perform a specific function(s), but the nature of this function is unclear.
References: (I) Butt et al. (1988); (2) Hodgins et al. (1992); (3) Ecker et al. (1987); (4) Pickart et al. (1994); (5) Wilkinson et al. (1995); (6) Amason and Ellison (1994); (7) Pickart et al. (1992); (8) Spence et al. (1995); (9) Chau et al. (1989); (10) Finley et al. (1994); (II) Johnson et al. (1992); (12) Chau et al. (1989); (13) Baboshina and Haas (1996); (14) Burch and Haas (1994); (15) Beal et al. (1996); (16) Johnson et al. (1995). 32 • Cecile M. Pickart the structure and function of polyubiquitin chains are discussed further in Sections 3 and 4.
2. , 1984). , 1987). Polyubiquitin genes are universally distributed, although the number of repeats and the identity of the extra amino acid vary widely. In general, these genes provide ubiquitin under conditions of stress. , 1987). Synthesis as a polyprotein increases the efficiency of ubiquitin production, as processing of the linear polyubiquitin protein, and removal of the extra residue from the C-terminal ubiquitin unit, are essentially cotranslational. , 1984, 1987). 2. , 1987). Other genes, known as VBIl through VBI3, supply most of the ubiquitin for vegetative growth.
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