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Regulator of G-protein signaling 2 - P41220 (RGS2_HUMAN)

 

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Number of PDB entries for P41220: 4
 
Function
Inhibits signal transduction by increasing the GTPase activity of G protein alpha subunits thereby driving them into their inactive GDP-bound form. May play a role in leukemogenesis. Plays a role in negative feedback control pathway for adenylyl cyclase signaling. Binds EIF2B5 and blocks its activity, thereby inhibiting the translation of mRNA into protein. (data source: UniProt  )
Subunit structure
Interacts with EIF2B5. Interacts with PRKG1 (isoform alpha). (data source: UniProt  )
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Gene names: Gene View for RGS2 G0S8 GIG31
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