Formation of the PCAF-ATAC complex

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R-HSA-9677051
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Reaction [binding]
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Homo sapiens
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KAT2B (also known as PCAF) histone acetyltransferase forms an evolutionarily conserved ATAC complex with the following proteins: DR1, KAT14 (also known as ATAC2 or CSRP2BP), MBIP, SGF29 (also known as STAF36 or CCDC101), TADA2A (also known as ADA2-A), TADA3 (also known as ADA3), WDR5, YEATS2 and ZZZ3 (also known as ATAC1) (Wang et al. 2008, Guelman et al. 2009). ATAC complex is involved in transcriptional regulation (Wang et al. 2008) and is essential for mammalian development (Guelman et al. 2009).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
19103755 The double-histone-acetyltransferase complex ATAC is essential for mammalian development

Zha, J, Lill, JR, Mao, Y, Wu, J, Wang, J, Guelman, S, Solloway, MJ, Pham, V, Kozuka, K

Mol. Cell. Biol. 2009
18838386 Human ATAC Is a GCN5/PCAF-containing acetylase complex with a novel NC2-like histone fold module that interacts with the TATA-binding protein

Xu, M, Martinez, E, Pan, S, Faiola, F, Wang, YL

J. Biol. Chem. 2008
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