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Component of the transcription regulatory histone acetylation (HAT) complex SAGA, a multiprotein complex that activates transcription by remodeling chromatin and mediating histone acetylation and deubiquitination. Additionally we are shipping and and many more products for this protein.
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ATXN7L3 and ENY2 orchestrate activities of multiple deubiquitinating enzymes, including USP27x and USP51, and that imbalances in these activities likely potentiate human diseases including cancer.
ATXN7L3, USP22, & ENY2 are required cofactors for full transcriptional activity by nuclear receptors. The deubiquitinase activity of TFTC/STAGA HAT counteracts heterochromatin silencing & is a positive cofactor for in vivo nuclear receptor activation.
there is a link between the nuclear protein Eny2 and insulin (show INS Proteins) secretion
E(y)2/Sus1, is recruited to the Su(Hw) insulators via binding to the zinc-finger domain of Su(Hw).
The interaction of the Drosophila ENY2 protein with the ORC complex subunits was investigated. It is found that ORC4 (show ORC4 Proteins) and ORC6 (show ORC6 Proteins) subunits directly interact with ENY2.
Component of the transcription regulatory histone acetylation (HAT) complex SAGA, a multiprotein complex that activates transcription by remodeling chromatin and mediating histone acetylation and deubiquitination. Within the SAGA complex, participates in a subcomplex that specifically deubiquitinates both histones H2A and H2B. The SAGA complex is recruited to specific gene promoters by activators such as myc, where it is required for transcription. Required for nuclear receptor-mediated transactivation. May also participate in mRNA export and accurate chromatin positioning in the nucleus by tethering genes to the nuclear periphery (By similarity).
enhancer of yellow 2 transcription factor homolog
, e(y)2 homolog
, e(y)2 protein
, enhancer of yellow eye homolog
, putative e(y)2 protein