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Tat transport of linker-containing proteins in Escherichia coli

The Tat protein of HIV-1 induces galectin-3 expression

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Transactivator Protein (Tat) Stimulates Chemotaxis, Calcium Mobilization, and Activation of Human Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes: Implications for Tat-Mediated Pathogenesis

The Tat protein export pathway and its role in cyanobacterial metalloprotein biosynthesis

A TAT–streptavidin fusion protein directs uptake of biotinylated cargo into mammalian cells

TAT hitchhiker selection expanded to folding helpers, multimeric interactions and combinations with protein fragment complementation


Essential structural requirements for specific recognition of HIV TAR RNA by peptide mimetics of Tat protein

Structural study of an RNA aptamer for a Tat protein complexed with ligands

Expression of a Gene for a Protein Similar to HIV-1 Tat Binding Protein 1 (TBP1) in Floral Organs of Brassica rapa

Estrogen-mediated protection against HIV Tat protein-induced inflammatory pathways in human vascular endothelial cells

Differential translocation of green fluorescent protein fused to signal sequences of Ruminococcus albus cellulases by the Tat and Sec pathways of Escherichia coli

Enhancement of cytotoxic T lymphocyte activity by dendritic cells loaded with Tat-protein transduction domain-fused hepatitis B virus core antigen

The HIV-1 Viral Protein Tat Increases Glutamate and Decreases GABA Exocytosis from Human and Mouse Neocortical Nerve Endings

S Phase-preferential Cre-recombination in Mammalian Cells Revealed by HIV-TAT-PTD-mediated Protein Transduction

Increased Leishmania Replication in HIV-1–Infected Macrophages Is Mediated by Tat Protein through Cyclooxygenase-2 Expression and Prostaglandin E2 Synthesis

Neuroprotection against ischaemic brain injury by a GluR6-9c peptide containing the TAT protein transduction sequence

A TAT–Frataxin fusion protein increases lifespan and cardiac function in a conditional Friedreich's ataxia mouse model


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A transactivator protein that recognizes the TAR sequence on viral RNA. Peptides derived from tat are potent neurotoxins.

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