ADRM1 binds 26S proteasome

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R-HSA-5665871
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Reaction [binding]
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Homo sapiens
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ADRM1 (also called Rpn13) interacts with the 26S proteasome base unit PRDM1 (Rpn2) via its amino-terminus and is found in the majority of 26S proteasomes. It is a receptor for Ubiquitin (Ub) that can bind K48-linked di-Ub (Schreiner et al. 2008, Husnjak et al. 2008) and de-ubiquitinating enzymes (DUBs) such as PSMD14 (Rpn11, POH1), USP14, and UCHL5 (UCH37) (Reyes-Turcu et al., 2009). Together, these DUBs disassemble poly-Ub chains and recycle ubiquitin during proteasomal degradation.

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
18497827 Ubiquitin docking at the proteasome through a novel pleckstrin-homology domain interaction

Schreiner, P, Chen, X, Husnjak, K, Randles, L, Zhang, N, Elsasser, S, Finley, D, Dikic, I, Walters, KJ, Groll, M

Nature 2008
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