Peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase E - Q9UNP9 (PPIE_HUMAN)


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Involved in pre-mRNA splicing as component of the spliceosome (PubMed:11991638, PubMed:28076346). Combines RNA-binding and PPIase activities (PubMed:8977107, PubMed:18258190, PubMed:20677832, PubMed:20460131). Binds mRNA and has a preference for single-stranded RNA molecules with poly-A and poly-U stretches, suggesting it binds to the poly(A)-region in the 3'-UTR of mRNA molecules (PubMed:8977107, PubMed:18258190, PubMed:20460131). Catalyzes the cis-trans isomerization of proline imidic peptide bonds in proteins (PubMed:8977107, PubMed:18258190, PubMed:20677832, PubMed:20541251). Inhibits KMT2A activity; this requires proline isomerase activity (PubMed:20677832, PubMed:20541251, PubMed:20460131). UniProt
Catalytic Activity
[protein]-peptidylproline omega=180 = [protein]-peptidylproline omega=0 UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Identified in the spliceosome C complex (PubMed:11991638, PubMed:28076346). Component of the XAB2 complex, a multimeric protein complex composed of XAB2, PRPF19, AQR, ZNF830, ISY1, and PPIE (PubMed:17981804). Identified in a pentameric intron-binding (IB) complex composed of AQR, XAB2, ISY1, ZNF830 and PPIE that is incorporated into the spliceosome as a preassembled complex (PubMed:25599396). The IB complex does not contain PRPF19 (PubMed:25599396). Interacts (via RNA-binding domain) with KMT2A (via the third PHD-type zinc-finger) (PubMed:20677832, PubMed:20541251, PubMed:20460131). UniProt
The RRM domain mediates both interaction with RNA and with KMT2A (via the third PHD-type zinc-finger), but has much higher affinity for the KMT2A PHD-type zinc-finger. UniProt
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