Mak32 (IPR034094)

Short name: Mak32

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Mak32 is a protein found primarily in fungi that is necessary for the structural stability of L-A particles. The L-A virus particule is a specialized compartment for the transcription and replication of double-stranded RNA, known to infect yeast and other fungi. Mak32 is part of the host machinery used by the virus to multiply [PMID: 3520572, PMID: 3551911, PMID: 4364866]. This entry also includes S. pombe uncharacterised protein SPAC16C9.01c.

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