AP-1-like transcription factor - Q01663 (AP1_SCHPO)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for Q01663: 1
 
Function
Transcription activator involved in multidrug resistance, oxidative stress response, and redox homeostasis. Regulates the transcription of genes encoding antioxidant enzymes like catalase ctt1 and components of the cellular thiol-reducing pathways, including the thioredoxin system (trx2, trr1), ABC tansporters involved in multidrug resistance like bfr1/hba2 and pmd1 as well as the gene obr1/apt1. Preferentially binds to promoters with the core binding site 5'-TTA[CG]TAA-3'. Activity of the transcription factor is controlled through oxidation of specific cysteine residues resulting in the alteration of its subcellular location. Oxidative stress induces nuclear accumulation and as a result pap1 transcriptional activity. Required for sty1/spc1-confered staurosporine resistance. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homodimer (PubMed:11017199). The reduced form of pap1 interacts in the nucleus with the nuclear export protein crm1, and in the cytoplasm with the peroxiredoxin tpx1 (PubMed:12100563, PubMed:24316080). UniProt
Domain
Contains two cysteine rich domains (CRD), referred to as the N- and C-terminal CRD's, n-CRD (Cys-259, Cys-278, Cys-285 and Cys-290) and c-CRD (Cys-501, Cys-523 and Cys-532), respectively. Cys-259 and Cys-290 are not conserved in orthologs in other yeast species. A nuclear export signal is embedded in the c-CRD, with which the nuclear export protein crm1/exportin 1 interacts only in the absence of disulfide bonds (or otherwise oxidized cysteines) within the c-CRD or between the c-CRD and the n-CRD. UniProt
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