KH domain-containing, RNA-binding, signal transduction-associated protein 1 - Q07666 (KHDR1_HUMAN)

 

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Function
Recruited and tyrosine phosphorylated by several receptor systems, for example the T-cell, leptin and insulin receptors. Once phosphorylated, functions as an adapter protein in signal transduction cascades by binding to SH2 and SH3 domain-containing proteins. Role in G2-M progression in the cell cycle. Represses CBP-dependent transcriptional activation apparently by competing with other nuclear factors for binding to CBP. Also acts as a putative regulator of mRNA stability and/or translation rates and mediates mRNA nuclear export. Positively regulates the association of constitutive transport element (CTE)-containing mRNA with large polyribosomes and translation initiation. According to some authors, is not involved in the nucleocytoplasmic export of unspliced (CTE)-containing RNA species according to (PubMed:22253824). RNA-binding protein that plays a role in the regulation of alternative splicing and influences mRNA splice site selection and exon inclusion. Binds to RNA containing 5'-[AU]UAA-3' as a bipartite motif spaced by more than 15 nucleotides. Binds poly(A). Can regulate CD44 alternative splicing in a Ras pathway-dependent manner (By similarity). In cooperation with HNRNPA1 modulates alternative splicing of BCL2L1 by promoting splicing toward isoform Bcl-X(S), and of SMN1 (PubMed:17371836, PubMed:20186123). Can regulate alternative splicing of NRXN1 and NRXN3 in the laminin G-like domain 6 containing the evolutionary conserved neurexin alternative spliced segment 4 (AS4) involved in neurexin selective targeting to postsynaptic partners. In a neuronal activity-dependent manner cooperates synergistically with KHDRBS2/SLIM-1 in regulation of NRXN1 exon skipping at AS4. The cooperation with KHDRBS2/SLIM-1 is antagonistic for regulation of NXRN3 alternative splicing at AS4 (By similarity). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Self-associates to form homooligomers when bound to RNA, oligomerization appears to be limited when binding to proteins; dimerization increases RNA affinity (PubMed:26758068, PubMed:20610388). Interacts with KHDRBS3/SLIM-2 (PubMed:10332027). Interacts with KHDRBS2/SLIM-1; heterooligomer formation of KHDRBS family proteins may modulate RNA substrate specificity (By similarity). Interacts with RASA1, LCK, FYN, PTPN6, PLCG1, GRB2, CBL, JAK3, PIK3R, STAT3, APC, HNRNPA1 (PubMed:1374686, PubMed:9045636, PubMed:10332027, PubMed:11585385, PubMed:17371836, PubMed:22000517). Interacts with PTK6 (via SH3 and SH2 domains) (PubMed:10913193). Forms a complex with ILF2, ILF3, YLPM1, RBMX, NCOA5 and PPP1CA (PubMed:17890166). Does not interact with TPR (PubMed:22253824). Interacts with RBMY1A1, PRMT1 (By similarity). Binds WBP4/FBP21 (via WW domains), FNBP4/FBP30 (via WW domains). Interacts (via Arg/Gly-rich-flanked Pro-rich regions) with FYN (via the SH3 domain) (By similarity). Interacts with the non-receptor tyrosine kinase SRMS; the interaction leads to phosphorylation of KHDRBS1 (PubMed:29496907). Interacts with ZBTB7A; negatively regulates KHDRBS1 splicing activity toward BCL2L1 (PubMed:24514149). UniProt
Domain
The Pro-rich domains are flanked by Arg/Gly-rich motifs which can be asymmetric dimethylated on arginine residues to give the DMA/Gly-rich regions. Selective methylation on these motifs can modulate protein-protein interactions (By similarity). UniProt
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