Wilms tumor protein - P19544 (WT1_HUMAN)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for P19544: 18
 
Function
Transcription factor that plays an important role in cellular development and cell survival (PubMed:7862533). Recognizes and binds to the DNA sequence 5'-GCG(T/G)GGGCG-3' (PubMed:7862533, PubMed:17716689, PubMed:25258363). Regulates the expression of numerous target genes, including EPO. Plays an essential role for development of the urogenital system. It has a tumor suppressor as well as an oncogenic role in tumor formation. Function may be isoform-specific: isoforms lacking the KTS motif may act as transcription factors (PubMed:15520190). Isoforms containing the KTS motif may bind mRNA and play a role in mRNA metabolism or splicing (PubMed:16934801). Isoform 1 has lower affinity for DNA, and can bind RNA (PubMed:19123921). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homodimer. Interacts with WTIP. Interacts with actively translating polysomes. Detected in nuclear ribonucleoprotein (mRNP) particles. Interacts with HNRNPU via the zinc-finger region. Interacts with U2AF2. Interacts with CITED2 (By similarity). Interacts with ZNF224 via the zinc-finger region. Interacts with WTAP and SRY. Interacts with AMER1. Interacts with RBM4. UniProt
Domain
Binds to DNA motifs with the sequence 5'-GCG(T/G)GGGCG-3' via its C2H2-type zinc fingers. Starting from the N-terminus, the second zinc finger binds to the 3'-GCG motif, the middle zinc finger interacts with the central TGG motif, and the C-terminal zinc finger binds to the 5'-GCG motif. Binds double-stranded target DNA, irrespective of the cytosine methylation status. Has reduced affinity for target DNA where the cytosines have been oxidized to 5-hydroxymethylcytosine, 5-formylcytosine or 5-carboxylcytosine. UniProt
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