Nuclear receptor subfamily 2 group C member 2 - P49116 (NR2C2_HUMAN)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for P49116: 1
 
Function
Orphan nuclear receptor that can act as a repressor or activator of transcription. An important repressor of nuclear receptor signaling pathways such as retinoic acid receptor, retinoid X, vitamin D3 receptor, thyroid hormone receptor and estrogen receptor pathways. May regulate gene expression during the late phase of spermatogenesis. Together with NR2C1, forms the core of the DRED (direct repeat erythroid-definitive) complex that represses embryonic and fetal globin transcription including that of GATA1. Binds to hormone response elements (HREs) consisting of two 5'-AGGTCA-3' half site direct repeat consensus sequences. Plays a fundamental role in early embryonic development and embryonic stem cells. Required for normal spermatogenesis and cerebellum development. Appears to be important for neurodevelopmentally regulated behavior (By similarity). Activates transcriptional activity of LHCG. Antagonist of PPARA-mediated transactivation. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homodimer; can bind DNA as homodimer (By similarity). Heterodimer; binds DNA as a heterodimer with NR2C1 required for chromatin remodeling and for binding to promoter regions such as globin DR1 repeats. Interacts with PCAF; the interaction preferentially occurs on the non-phosphorylated form and induces NR2C2-mediated transactivation activity and does not require the ligand-binding domain (By similarity). Interacts (MAPK-mediated phosphorylated form) with NRIP1; the interaction promotes repression of NR2C2-mediated activity (PubMed:9556573). Interacts with NR2C2AP; the interaction represses selective NR2C2-mediated transcriptional activity (PubMed:12486131). Interacts with NLRP10 (PubMed:22672233). Interacts (via ligand-binding region) with transcriptional corepressor JAZF1; the interaction promotes NR2C2-mediated transcriptional repression (PubMed:15302918). UniProt
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