2CSF

Solution structure of the second CUT domain of human SATB2


ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomology
A1.10.260.40 Mainly Alpha Orthogonal Bundle 434 Repressor (Amino-terminal Domain) lambda repressor-like DNA-binding domains

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ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
APF16534Ubiquitin-like oligomerisation domain of SATB (ULD)Ubiquitin-like oligomerisation domain of SATBULD is an N-terminal oligomerisation domain of SATB or special AT-rich sequence-binding proteins. SATBs are global chromatin organisers and regulators of gene expression that are essential for T-cell development, breast cancer tumour growth and meta ...ULD is an N-terminal oligomerisation domain of SATB or special AT-rich sequence-binding proteins. SATBs are global chromatin organisers and regulators of gene expression that are essential for T-cell development, breast cancer tumour growth and metastasis. SATBs assemble into a tetramer via the ULD domain, and the tetramerisation of SATBs are essential for recognising specific DNA sequences (such as multiple AT-rich DNA fragments). Thus, SATBs may regulate gene expression directly by binding to various promoters and upstream regions and thereby influencing promoter activity [1].
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APF02376CUT domain (CUT)CUT domainThe CUT domain is a DNA-binding motif which can bind independently or in cooperation with the homeodomain, often found downstream of the CUT domain. Multiple copies of the CUT domain can exist in one protein (eg Swiss:P10180).Domain
APF00046Homeodomain (Homeodomain)Homeodomain- Domain
APF16557CUT1-like DNA-binding domain of SATB (CUTL)CUT1-like DNA-binding domain of SATBCUTL is part of the N-terminal region of SATB proteins, special AT-rich sequence-binding proteins that are global chromatin organisers and gene expression regulators essential for T-cell development and breast cancer tumour growth and metastasis. CUT ...CUTL is part of the N-terminal region of SATB proteins, special AT-rich sequence-binding proteins that are global chromatin organisers and gene expression regulators essential for T-cell development and breast cancer tumour growth and metastasis. CUTL carries a DNA-binding region just as CUT domains do [1].
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