Chromatin-remodeling ATPase INO80 - Q9ULG1 (INO80_HUMAN)


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ATPase component of the chromatin remodeling INO80 complex which is involved in transcriptional regulation, DNA replication and DNA repair (PubMed:16230350, PubMed:16298340, PubMed:17721549, PubMed:20855601, PubMed:20237820). Binds DNA (PubMed:16298340, PubMed:21303910). As part of the INO80 complex, remodels chromatin by shifting nucleosomes (PubMed:16230350, PubMed:21303910). Regulates transcription upon recruitment by YY1 to YY1-activated genes, where it acts as an essential coactivator (PubMed:17721549). Involved in UV-damage excision DNA repair (PubMed:20855601). The contribution to DNA double-strand break repair appears to be largely indirect through transcriptional regulation (PubMed:20687897). Involved in DNA replication (PubMed:20237820). Required for microtubule assembly during mitosis thereby regulating chromosome segregation cycle (PubMed:20237820). UniProt
Catalytic Activity
ATP + H2O = ADP + H+ + phosphate UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Component of the chromatin remodeling INO80 complex; three different complex modules assemble on different domains of INO80 (PubMed:16230350, PubMed:18026119, PubMed:18922472, PubMed:21303910). Interacts with DDB1 (PubMed:20855601). Interacts with transcriptional repressor protein YY1; the interaction recruits the INO80 complex to YY1 target genes (PubMed:17721549, PubMed:18026119). Interacts with YY1AP1 (PubMed:27939641). Interacts with tubulin alpha (PubMed:20237820). UniProt
The DBINO region is involved in binding to DNA. UniProt
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