Transcription factor cep-1 - Q20646 (CEP1_CAEEL)


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  • Number of PDB entries for Q20646: 2
Transcriptional activator that binds the same DNA consensus sequence as p53 (PubMed:11696333, PubMed:15242600). Has a role in normal development to ensure proper meiotic chromosome segregation (PubMed:11557844, PubMed:12445383). Promotes apoptosis under conditions of cellular and genotoxic stress in response to DNA damage, hypoxia, or starvation (PubMed:11696333, PubMed:11557844, PubMed:12445383, PubMed:15273685, PubMed:17186023, PubMed:18836529, PubMed:21901106). Regulates germline apoptosis in response to DNA damage (PubMed:11696333, PubMed:15273685, PubMed:15707894, PubMed:16319925, PubMed:17276923, PubMed:17186023, PubMed:17347667, PubMed:19015549, PubMed:26598553). Plays a role in cell cycle arrest in the germline in response to DNA damage by UV-C light (PubMed:17347667). However, not required for survival in response to DNA damage induced by UV-C light, indicating that it is unlikely to be involved in DNA repair (PubMed:17347667). Required for induction of ced-13 in response to DNA damage (PubMed:15605074). Regulates DNA damage-induced apoptosis by inducing transcription of the programmed cell death activator egl-1 (PubMed:12445383, PubMed:19521535). Regulates germline proliferation by activating phg-1 (PubMed:17186023). Negatively regulates lifespan (PubMed:17895432, PubMed:18836529). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homodimer (PubMed:15707894). Interacts (via C-terminus domain) with prmt-5; not methylated by prmt-5 (PubMed:19521535). Interacts with cbp-1 (via HAT domain); cep-1 transcriptional activity may be inhibited by interaction with methylated cbp-1 (PubMed:19521535). Component of a complex that contains prmt-5 and cbp-1 (PubMed:19521535). UniProt
  • Isoforms: 2 , currently showing only the 'canonical' sequence.
  • Other Gene names: cep-1, F52B5.5
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