|Protein Name||26S proteasome non-ATPase regulatory subunit 2|
|Ref Sequence Id||NP_001094667.1|
|Amino Acid Lenth||908|
|Protein Existence Status||Reviewed: Experimental evidence at protein level|
|Presence in other biological fluids/tissue/cells||20S and 26S proteasomes have been found in nervous tissue, bovine and rat brain|
|Protein Function||26S proteasome is the principal proteolytic machine responsible for regulated protein degradation in eukaryotic cells; 26S proteasome (Box 1) can be divided in two subcomplexes, the core particle (CP, 20S) and the regulatory particle (RP, 19S). The RP receives, assists in deubiquitination, and unfolds ubiquitinated protein substrates, that are subsequently translocated into an enclosed cavity formed by the CP;cellular functions range from general protein homeostasis and stress response to the control of vital processes such as cell division and signal transduction; Ubiquitin modifications target condemned proteins to the proteasome; essential for general protein and amino acid homeostasis and controls a myriad of essential cellular processes, including the cell cycle, DNA replication, transcription, signal transduction, and stress responses;|
|Biochemical Properties||26S proteasome results from the ATP-dependent association of two particles, the 20S proteasome and the 19S complex, constituting the catalytic core and the regulatory component, respectively; stability of the 26S proteasome is maintained by Sem1/DSS1 whihc binds to the Rpn3 subunit of the lid sub-complex; 26S proteasome was highly responsive to ATP and ATPanalogues, the PGPH activity being the most sensitive one to ATPγS; in the purified 26S proteasome, the chymotrypsin-like to trypsin-like activity ratio is considerably greater than that of the 20S proteasome|
|Significance in milk||Higher expression indicate enhanced mammary protein catabolism in cows|
|PTMs||Post translational modification of 26S proteasome has been studied in yeast - phosphorylation, ubiquitination, SUMOylation, N(α)-Myristoylation, Glutathionylation, Succinylation|
|Significance of PTMs||Phosphorylation regulates protease and ATPase activity; Ubiquitination regulates protein degradation; SUMOylation regulates protease activation; N(α)-Acetylation regulates of protease activity N(α)-Myristoylation regulates growth|
|Linking IDs||Bomi2523 Bomi2524 Bomi2522 Bomi2525 Bomi2526 Bomi2511 Bomi2512 Bomi2513 Bomi2514 Bomi2515 Bomi2516 Bomi2517 Bomi2518 Bomi2519 Bomi2520 Bomi2521 Bomi411|
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