Summary: SHS2 domain found in N terminus of Rpb7p/Rpc25p/MJ0397
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SHS2 domain found in N terminus of Rpb7p/Rpc25p/MJ0397 Provide feedback
Rpb7 bind to Rpb4 to form a heterodimer. This complex is thought to interact with the nascent RNA strand during RNA polymerase II . This family includes the homologs from RNA polymerase I and III. In RNA polymerase I, Rpa43 is at least one of the subunits contacted by the transcription factor TIF-IA . The N terminus of Rpb7p/Rpc25p/MJ0397 has a SHS2 domain that is involved in protein-protein interaction .
Todone F, Brick P, Werner F, Weinzierl RO, Onesti S; , Mol Cell 2001;8:1137-1143.: Structure of an archaeal homolog of the eukaryotic RNA polymerase II RPB4/RPB7 complex. PUBMED:11741548 EPMC:11741548
Yuan X, Zhao J, Zentgraf H, Hoffmann-Rohrer U, Grummt I; , 0;0:1-2.: Multiple interactions between RNA polymerase I, TIF-IA and TAFI subunits regulate preinitiation complex assembly at the ribosomal gene promoter. PUBMED:12393749 EPMC:12393749
Anantharaman V, Aravind L;, Proteins. 2004;56:795-807.: The SHS2 module is a common structural theme in functionally diverse protein groups, like Rpb7p, FtsA, GyrI, and MTH1598/TM1083 superfamilies. PUBMED:15281131 EPMC:15281131
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InterPro entry IPR005576
The eukaryotic RNA polymerase subunits RPB4 and RPB7 form a heterodimer that reversibly associates with the RNA polymerase II core. Archaeal cells contain a single RNAP made up of about 12 subunits, displaying considerable homology to the eukaryotic RNAPII subunits. The RPB4 and RPB7 homologues are called subunits F and E, respectively, and have been shown to form a stable heterodimer. While the RPB7 homologue is reasonably well conserved, the similarity between the eukaryotic RPB4 and the archaeal F subunit is barely detectable [PUBMED:11741548].
This entry represents the N-terminal, heterodimerisation domain of RPB7.
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|Molecular function||DNA-directed RNA polymerase activity (GO:0003899)|
|Biological process||transcription, DNA-templated (GO:0006351)|
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SHS2 is a novel domain with a simple fold containing a core of 3 strands, forming a curved sheet, and a single helix in a strand-helix-strand-strand (SHS2) configuration . SHS2 is found in the bacterial cell division ATPase FtsA, the archaeo-eukaryotic RNA polymerase subunit Rpb7p, the GyrI superfamily, and the uncharacterized MTH1598/Tm1083-like proteins . The fold exists as single copy versions in FtsA (where it is inserted into the RNAseH fold), Rbp7p and Dodecin . It is found as a diad in the GyrI superfamily. In MTH1598/Tm1083-like proteins two copies of SHS2 are found with one inserted into another . The single-copy versions in FtsA and Rbp7 mediate proteinprotein interactions, while the one in Dodecin is a small molecule binding domain. The GyrI also binds small molecule, while the MTH1598 is predicted to be enzymatic .
The clan contains the following 8 members:Archease Cass2 Dodecin GyrI-like SHS2_FTSA SHS2_Rpb7-N SOUL Tipalpha
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|Author:||Finn RD, Anantharaman V|
|Number in seed:||132|
|Number in full:||2204|
|Average length of the domain:||71.10 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||25 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||30.62 %|
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|Family (HMM) version:||16|
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