Huntingtin-interacting protein 1 - O00291 (HIP1_HUMAN)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for O00291: 3
 
Function
Plays a role in clathrin-mediated endocytosis and trafficking (PubMed:11532990, PubMed:11577110, PubMed:11889126). Involved in regulating AMPA receptor trafficking in the central nervous system in an NMDA-dependent manner (By similarity). Regulates presynaptic nerve terminal activity (By similarity). Enhances androgen receptor (AR)-mediated transcription (PubMed:16027218). May act as a proapoptotic protein that induces cell death by acting through the intrinsic apoptosis pathway (PubMed:11007801). Binds 3-phosphoinositides (via ENTH domain) (PubMed:14732715). May act through the ENTH domain to promote cell survival by stabilizing receptor tyrosine kinases following ligand-induced endocytosis (PubMed:14732715). May play a functional role in the cell filament networks (PubMed:18790740). May be required for differentiation, proliferation, and/or survival of somatic and germline progenitors (PubMed:11007801, PubMed:12163454). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homodimer. Binds actin. Binds HTT (via N-terminus). This interaction is restricted to the brain. Binds to IFT57. In normal conditions, it poorly interacts with IFT57, HIP1 being strongly associated with HTT. However, in mutant HTT proteins with a long poly-Gln region, interaction between HTT and HIP1 is inhibited, promoting the interaction between HIP1 and IFT57. Interacts with CLTB (via N-terminus). Interacts (via coiled coil domain) with AR. Interacts with AP2A1, AP2A2, CLTC and HIP1R. Interacts with GRIA1, GRIN2A AND GRIN2B. UniProt
Domain
Binds F-actin via the talin-like I/LWEQ domain. UniProt
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