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The role of A-kinase anchoring protein 95-like protein in annealing of tRNALys3 to HIV-1 RNA.
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AKAP8L, also named as NAKAP, or NAKAP95, is a 646 amino acid protein, which contains two C2H2 AKAP95-type zinc fingers and belongs to the AKAP95 family. AKAP8L localizes in the nucleus matrix and is expressed in the brain cortex. AKAP8L could play a role in constitutive transport element (CTE)-mediated gene expression. AKAP8L may be involved in nuclear envelope breakdown and chromatin condensation. It also may regulate the initiation phase of DNA replication when associated with TMPO-beta.