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Ncoa2  -  nuclear receptor coactivator 2

Mus musculus

 
 
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Disease relevance of Ncoa2

 

High impact information on Ncoa2

  • These results reveal that the relative level of TIF2/SRC-1 can modulate energy metabolism [1].
  • Here we report the crystal structure of the human estrogen receptor alpha (hER alpha) ligand-binding domain (LBD) bound to both the agonist diethylstilbestrol (DES) and a peptide derived from the NR box II region of the coactivator GRIP1 and the crystal structure of the hER alpha LBD bound to the selective antagonist 4-hydroxytamoxifen (OHT) [5].
  • During skeletal muscle differentiation, GRIP-1 is localized to punctate nuclear structures and can apparently tether MEF2 to such structures [6].
  • Consistent with the absence of punctate nuclear GRIP-1 in proliferating myoblasts, we have found that ectopic cyclin D-cdk4 expression disrupts the localization of both GRIP-1 and MEF2C to these punctate subnuclear structures [6].
  • GRIP-1 also coactivates the synergistic transactivation of E box-dependent transcription by myogenin and MEF-2C [7].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Ncoa2

 

Biological context of Ncoa2

 

Anatomical context of Ncoa2

  • Immunohistological analysis confirmed that AR and TIF2 coexist in mouse testicular Sertoli cell nuclei under normal conditions [9].
  • In this study we demonstrate that SRC-2 is essentially localized in the nucleus of proliferating myoblasts; however, weak (but notable) expression is observed in the cytoplasm [13].
  • In most brain structures where SRC-1 is expressed, SRC-2 is expressed at lower levels; however, SRC-3 mRNA is detectable only in the hippocampus [14].
  • In the case of the mammary gland, whole-mount and histological analysis disclosed the absence of significant ductal side branching and alveologenesis in the hormone-treated PR(Cre/+) SRC-2(flox/flox) mammary gland, reinforcing an important role for SRC-2 in cellular proliferative changes that require PR [15].
  • Female hypofertility is due to a placental hypoplasia that most probably reflects a requirement for maternal TIF2 in decidua stromal cells that face the developing placenta [16].
 

Associations of Ncoa2 with chemical compounds

  • A search for possible coactivators for steroid hormone receptors resulted in identification of glucocorticoid receptor interacting protein 1 (GRIP1) [17].
  • This study demonstrates that the molecular targets of SRC-2 regulation in the murine liver stimulate fatty acid degradation and glycolytic pathway, whereas fatty acid, cholesterol, and steroid biosynthetic pathways are down-regulated [10].
  • At the same time, TIF-2(-/-) mice display significantly lower basal corticosterone levels and a sluggish and blunted initial secretory response to brief emotional and prolonged physical stress [18].
  • The agonistic activities of CPA- and hydroxyflutamide-occupied T877A-AR were hardly affected by N-CoR, whereas TIF2 strongly enhanced their activities [19].
  • In addition, we show that the interaction domain of TIF2 can compete with other AF-2-dependent cofactors for binding to receptors [20].
  • Microarray analysis of RNA from uteri of wild-type and SRC-2(-/-) mice treated with vehicle or P4 showed that SRC-2 was involved in the ability of progesterone to repress specific genes [21].
 

Physical interactions of Ncoa2

  • The glucocorticoid receptor (GR) interacting protein 1 (GRIP-1) exhibits a half maximal time for fluorescent recovery (tau(R)) of 5 s, reflecting the same rapid exchange as observed for GR [22].
 

Other interactions of Ncoa2

  • The transcription-intermediary-factor-2 (TIF-2) is a coactivator of the glucocorticoid receptor (GR), and its disruption would be expected to influence glucocorticoid-mediated control of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis [18].
  • Moreover, there are direct interactions among MEF2C, GRIP-1, and CARM1 [23].
  • We defined the GRIP1:IRF3 interface and showed that endogenous GRIP1 and IRF3 interact in mammalian cells [12].
  • Interestingly, the agonist-mediated activation did not involve modulation of primary coactivators' (e.g. p300 and SRC-2/GRIP-1) activity and/or recruitment [24].
  • A yeast two-hybrid screen with the GRIP1 corepression domain (RD) yielded interferon (IFN) regulatory factor (IRF)3-a downstream effector of Toll-like receptors (TLR) 3/4 and an essential activator of several IFN and chemokine genes [12].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Ncoa2

  • A genomic approach using microarray analysis was employed to identify the subsets of genes that are altered in the livers of SRC-1(-/-), SRC-2(-/-), and SRC-3(-/-) mice [10].
  • Through fluorescence in situ hybridization, we have mapped the mouse SRC-1, SRC-2, and SRC-3 genes to chromosomal locations 12A2-A3, 1A3-A5, and 2H2-H4, respectively [25].
  • GST-pulldowns, mammalian two-hybrid analysis, and immunoprecipitation demonstrate that the mechanism involves direct interactions between MEF-2C and GRIP-1 and is associated with the ability of the SRC to interact with the MADS domain of MEF-2C [7].
  • GPR30 down-regulated the expression of cofactor transcription intermediary factor 2 (TIF2) analyzed using quantitative RT-PCR analysis, and also diminished the expression of TIF2 at protein level analyzed by Western blotting using nuclear extracts from mammary epithelial cells [26].

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  6. Cyclin D-cdk4 activity modulates the subnuclear localization and interaction of MEF2 with SRC-family coactivators during skeletal muscle differentiation. Lazaro, J.B., Bailey, P.J., Lassar, A.B. Genes Dev. (2002) [Pubmed]
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  14. SRC-1 null mice exhibit moderate motor dysfunction and delayed development of cerebellar Purkinje cells. Nishihara, E., Yoshida-Komiya, H., Chan, C.S., Liao, L., Davis, R.L., O'Malley, B.W., Xu, J. J. Neurosci. (2003) [Pubmed]
  15. Steroid receptor coactivator 2 is critical for progesterone-dependent uterine function and mammary morphogenesis in the mouse. Mukherjee, A., Soyal, S.M., Fernandez-Valdivia, R., Gehin, M., Chambon, P., Demayo, F.J., Lydon, J.P., O'Malley, B.W. Mol. Cell. Biol. (2006) [Pubmed]
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  21. The p160 steroid receptor coactivator 2, SRC-2, regulates murine endometrial function and regulates progesterone-independent and -dependent gene expression. Jeong, J.W., Lee, K.Y., Han, S.J., Aronow, B.J., Lydon, J.P., O'Malley, B.W., DeMayo, F.J. Endocrinology (2007) [Pubmed]
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