Steroid hormone receptor ERR2 - O95718 (ERR2_HUMAN)


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Transcription factor that binds a canonical ESRRB recognition (ERRE) sequence 5'TCAAGGTCA-3' localized on promoter and enhancer of targets genes regulating their expression or their transcription activity (PubMed:17920186, PubMed:19755138). Plays a role, in a LIF-independent manner, in maintainance of self-renewal and pluripotency of embryonic and trophoblast stem cells through different signaling pathways including FGF signaling pathway and Wnt signaling pathways. Upon FGF signaling pathway activation, interacts with KDM1A by directly binding to enhancer site of ELF5 and EOMES and activating their transcription leading to self-renewal of trophoblast stem cells. Also regulates expression of multiple rod-specific genes and is required for survival of this cell type (By similarity). Plays a role as transcription factor activator of GATA6, NR0B1, POU5F1 and PERM1 (PubMed:23836911). Plays a role as transcription factor repressor of NFE2L2 transcriptional activity and ESR1 transcriptional activity (PubMed:17920186, PubMed:19755138). During mitosis remains bound to a subset of interphase target genes, including pluripotency regulators, through the canonical ESRRB recognition (ERRE) sequence, leading to their transcriptional activation in early G1 phase. Can coassemble on structured DNA elements with other transcription factors like SOX2, POU5F1, KDM1A and NCOA3 to trigger ESRRB-dependent gene activation. This mechanism, in the case of SOX2 corecruitment prevents the embryonic stem cells (ESCs) to epiblast stem cells (EpiSC) transition through positive regulation of NR0B1 that inhibits the EpiSC transcriptional program. Also plays a role inner ear development by controlling expression of ion channels and transporters and in early placentation (By similarity). UniProt
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Binds DNA as a monomer (PubMed:12654265). Interacts with NR0B1; represses ESRRB activity at the GATA6 promoter. Interacts with NANOG; reciprocally modulates their transcriptional activities and activates POU5F1 expression. Interacts with NCOA3; mediates the interaction between ESRRB and RNA polymerase II complexes and allows NCOA3 corecruitment to ESRRB, KLF4, NANOG, and SOX2 enhancer regions to trigger ESRRB-dependent gene activation involved in self-renewal and pluripotency. Interacts with KDM1A; co-occupes the core set of ESRRB targets including ELF5 and EOMES. Interacts with the multiprotein complex Integrator, at least composed of INTS1, INTS2, INTS3, INTS4, INTS5, INTS6, INTS7, INTS8, INTS9/RC74, INTS10, INTS11/CPSF3L and INTS12; ESRRB is probably not a core component of the integrator complex and associates to integrator via its interaction with INTS1 and INTS9; attracts the transcriptional machinery. Interacts with JARID2. Interacts with POU5F1; recruits ESRRB near the POU5F1-SOX2 element in the NANOG proximal promoter leading to activation of NANOG expression; the interaction is DNA independent (By similarity). Interacts with NFE2L2; represses NFE2L2 transcriptional activity (PubMed:17920186). Isoform 1 interacts with ESR1 (PubMed:19755138). UniProt
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