RNA-binding protein FUS - P35637 (FUS_HUMAN)

 

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Function
DNA/RNA-binding protein that plays a role in various cellular processes such as transcription regulation, RNA splicing, RNA transport, DNA repair and damage response (PubMed:27731383). Binds to nascent pre-mRNAs and acts as a molecular mediator between RNA polymerase II and U1 small nuclear ribonucleoprotein thereby coupling transcription and splicing (PubMed:26124092). Binds also its own pre-mRNA and autoregulates its expression; this autoregulation mechanism is mediated by non-sense-mediated decay (PubMed:24204307). Plays a role in DNA repair mechanisms by promoting D-loop formation and homologous recombination during DNA double-strand break repair (PubMed:10567410). In neuronal cells, plays crucial roles in dendritic spine formation and stability, RNA transport, mRNA stability and synaptic homeostasis (By similarity). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Self-oligomerizes (via N-terminal region) (PubMed:25453086). Oligomerization is essential for chromatin binding (PubMed:25453086). Component of nuclear riboprotein complexes. Interacts with ILF3, TDRD3 and SF1 (PubMed:9660765). Interacts through its C-terminus with SFRS13A (PubMed:9774382). Interacts with OTUB1 and SARNP. Interacts with LRSAM1 (PubMed:27615052). Interacts with SAFB1 in a DNA-dependent manner; this interaction tethers FUS to chromatin (PubMed:27731383). Interacts with MATR3 (PubMed:27731383). Interacts with SNRNP70 and POLR2A; these interactions couple RNA transcription and splicing (PubMed:26124092). Interacts (through its RNA-binding domain) with RALY (through its RNA-binding domain); both are components of the same RNPs (PubMed:30354839). UniProt
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