EBNA1 has a predominant role in the maintenance of latent EBV infections and is expressed in all EBV infections and all EBV-associated malignant tissues. It contains a Gly-Ala repeated domain flanked by two unique regions. The central , C-terminus and N-terminus regions have been described as potentially antigenic.
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