Summary: C-terminal duplication domain of Friend of PRMT1
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Fop, or Friend of Prmt1, proteins are conserved from fungi and plants to vertebrates. There is little that is actually conserved except for this C-terminal LDXXLDAYM region where X is any amino acid). The Fop proteins themselves are nuclear proteins localised to regions with low levels of DAPI, with a punctate/speckle-like distribution. Fop is a chromatin-associated protein and it colocalises with facultative heterochromatin. It is is critical for oestrogen-dependent gene activation .
van Dijk TB, Gillemans N, Stein C, Fanis P, Demmers J, van de Corput M, Essers J, Grosveld F, Bauer UM, Philipsen S;, Mol Cell Biol. 2010;30:260-272.: Friend of Prmt1, a novel chromatin target of protein arginine methyltransferases. PUBMED:19858291 EPMC:19858291
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InterPro entry IPR025715
This LDXXLDAYM region (where X is any amino acid) is duplicated in the C terminus of Friend of Prmt1 (Fop), which are chromatin-associated proteins that co-localise with facultative heterochromatin and are critical for oestrogen-dependent gene activation [PUBMED:19858291]. The region also occurs in other proteins, including THO complex subunit 4 (SWISSPROT) and RNA and export factor-binding protein 2 (SWISSPROT).
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|Number in seed:||26|
|Number in full:||408|
|Average length of the domain:||70.80 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||26 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||28.25 %|
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