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HIGH RESOLUTION SOLUTION NMR STRUCTURE OF THE OLIGOMERIZATION DOMAIN OF P53 BY MULTI-DIMENSIONAL NMR (SAC STRUCTURES)


ChainDomainClassArchitectureTopologyHomology
A4.10.170.10 Few Secondary Structures Irregular p53, subunit A p53-like tetramerisation domain
B4.10.170.10 Few Secondary Structures Irregular p53, subunit A p53-like tetramerisation domain
C4.10.170.10 Few Secondary Structures Irregular p53, subunit A p53-like tetramerisation domain
D4.10.170.10 Few Secondary Structures Irregular p53, subunit A p53-like tetramerisation domain

Protein Family Annotation Pfam Database Homepage

ChainsAccessionIdentifierDescriptionCommentsSource
A, B, C, DPF08563P53 transactivation motif (P53_TAD)P53 transactivation motif- Motif
A, B, C, DPF18521Transactivation domain 2 (TAD2)Transactivation domain 2This is a N-terminal transactivation domain (TAD) domain 2 found in p53 proteins. In p53 two TAD domains are found termed TAD1 (residues 1-39) and TAD2 (residues 40-61), both of which have been shown to be able to independently activate gene transcri ...This is a N-terminal transactivation domain (TAD) domain 2 found in p53 proteins. In p53 two TAD domains are found termed TAD1 (residues 1-39) and TAD2 (residues 40-61), both of which have been shown to be able to independently activate gene transcription and are intrinsically disordered protein domains that adopt a helical conformation for at least part of their length when bound. This inherent flexibility allows the TADs to adapt to and bind a broad range of proteins. This entry describes TAD2 which can independently interact with Taz2 domain of the histone acetyltransferase p300 [1]. It has also been shown to bind to OB-fold domain of replication protein 70 A (RPA) [2] as well as the pleckstrin homology (PH) domain of the p62 and Tfb1 subunits of human and yeast TFIIH [3].
Domain
A, B, C, DPF07710P53 tetramerisation motif (P53_tetramer)P53 tetramerisation motif- Motif
A, B, C, DPF00870P53 DNA-binding domain (P53)P53 DNA-binding domainThis family contains one anomalous member, viz: Zea mays (Q6JAD8). This sequence is identical to human P53 and would appear to be a a human contaminant within the Zea mays sampling effort.Domain

Gene Product Annotation Gene Product Annotation

ChainsPolymerMolecular FunctionBiological ProcessCellular Component
A, B, C, DPROTEIN (TUMOR SUPPRESSOR P53)