PRKC apoptosis WT1 regulator protein - Q96IZ0 (PAWR_HUMAN)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for Q96IZ0: 1
 
Function
Pro-apoptopic protein capable of selectively inducing apoptosis in cancer cells, sensitizing the cells to diverse apoptotic stimuli and causing regression of tumors in animal models. Induces apoptosis in certain cancer cells by activation of the Fas prodeath pathway and coparallel inhibition of NF-kappa-B transcriptional activity. Inhibits the transcriptional activation and augments the transcriptional repression mediated by WT1. Down-regulates the anti-apoptotic protein BCL2 via its interaction with WT1. Seems also to be a transcriptional repressor by itself. May be directly involved in regulating the amyloid precursor protein (APP) cleavage activity of BACE1. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homooligomer. Interacts (via the C-terminal region) with WT1 (PubMed:8943350). Interacts with THAP1 (PubMed:12717420). Interacts with AATF (PubMed:14627703). Interacts with BACE1 (PubMed:15671026). Interacts with SPSB1 (via B30.2/SPRY domain); this interaction is direct and occurs in association with the Elongin BC complex (PubMed:17189197, PubMed:20561531). Interacts with SPSB2 (via B30.2/SPRY domain); this interaction occurs in association with the Elongin BC complex (PubMed:17189197, PubMed:20561531). Interacts with SPSB4 (via B30.2/SPRY domain) (PubMed:20561531); this interaction occurs in association with the Elongin BC complex (PubMed:20561531). Component of a ternary complex composed of SQSTM1 and PRKCZ (PubMed:11755531). Interacts with actin (By similarity). UniProt
Domain
The B30.2/SPRY domain-binding motif mediates recognition by proteins containing a B30.2/SPRY domain. UniProt
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