NCOA3 recruits EP300 to ESR1:estrogen:TFGA gene:NCOA3

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R-HSA-9008285
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Homo sapiens
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Cryoelectron microscopy (cryo-EM) determined the quaternary structure of an active complex of DNA-bound ESR1, steroid receptor coactivator 3 (SRC3 or NCOA3), and a secondary coactivator (p300/EP300). A structural model suggests the following assembly mechanism for the complex: each of the two ligand-bound ESR1 monomers independently recruits one NCOA3 protein via the transactivation domain of ESR1;the two NCOA3s in turn bind to different regions of one p300 protein through multiple contacts (Yi P et al. 2015).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
25728767 Structure of a biologically active estrogen receptor-coactivator complex on DNA

Yi, P, Wang, Z, Feng, Q, Pintilie, GD, Foulds, CE, Lanz, RB, Ludtke, SJ, Schmid, MF, Chiu, W, O'Malley, BW

Mol. Cell 2015
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