Interleukin-6 receptor subunit beta - Q00560 (IL6RB_MOUSE)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for Q00560: 3
 
Function
Signal-transducing molecule. The receptor systems for IL6, LIF, OSM, CNTF, IL11, CTF1 and BSF3 can utilize IL6ST for initiating signal transmission. Binding of IL6 to IL6R induces IL6ST homodimerization and formation of a high-affinity receptor complex, which activates Janus kinases (PubMed:1602143). That causes phosphorylation of IL6ST tyrosine residues which in turn activates STAT3 (PubMed:10661409). Mediates signals which regulate immune response, hematopoiesis, pain control and bone metabolism (PubMed:10661409, PubMed:26255596, PubMed:25057188, PubMed:8552649). Has a role in embryonic development (PubMed:10661409). Does not bind IL6 (By similarity). Essential for survival of motor and sensory neurons and for differentiation of astrocytes (PubMed:10377352). Required for expression of TRPA1 in nociceptive neurons (PubMed:25057188). Required for the maintenance of PTH1R expression in the osteoblast lineage and for the stimulation of PTH-induced osteoblast differentiation (PubMed:25228504). Required for normal trabecular bone mass and cortical bone composition (PubMed:24339143, PubMed:9348227, PubMed:26255596). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Component of a hexamer of two molecules each of IL6, IL6R and IL6ST. Forms heterodimers composed of LIFR and IL6ST (type I OSM receptor) which are activated by LIF and OSM. Also forms heterodimers composed of OSMR and IL6ST (type II receptor) which are activated by OSM but not by LIF. Interacts with HCK (By similarity). Interacts with INPP5D/SHIP1 (PubMed:17105399). UniProt
Domain
The box 1 motif is required for JAK interaction and/or activation. UniProt
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