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ESCO1 belongs to a conserved family of acetyltransferases involved in sister chromatid cohesion (Hou and Zou, 2005 [PubMed 15958495]).[supplied by OMIM, Mar 2008].. De plus, nous expédions ESCO1 Anticorps (17) et beaucoup plus de produits pour cette protéine.
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Data indicate that Esco1 and Esco2 contribute to distinct and separable activities of cohesin in vertebrate cells.
these studies reveal the molecular basis for SMC3 acetylation by ESCO1 and have broader implications for understanding the structure/function of non-histone acetyltransferases.
our findings indicated that ESCO1 may play an important role in human bladder cancer, and ESCO1 might serve as a novel target and prognosis factor for human bladder cancer.
By interacting with a unique domain of Esco1, Pds5 recruits Esco1 to chromatin-bound cohesin complexes to form cohesion.
Data show that acetyltransferase Esco1 colocalizes with cohesin throughout the cell cycle and down-regulates expression of neighboring genes.
This is the first report of somatic mutations within ESCO1 and CHTF18 in endometrial tumors and of MRE11A mutations in microsatellite-stable endometrial tumors.
this is the first evidence that Eco1 represses transcription by interacting with histone demethylase, LSD1 to convert chromatin to inactive state.
Variants in ESCO1 is associated with predisposition for TMPRSS2-ERG fusion in prostate cancer.
identification of the first full-length human ortholog of yeast Ctf7p and characterization of its enzymatic activity, localization and novel genetic composition
EFO1 and EFO2 are targeted to different chromosome structures to help establish or maintain sister-chromatid cohesion
This study identified a molecular target for the acetyltransferase Eco1 and revealed that Smc3 acetylation is a conserved mechanism in regulating sister chromatid cohesion.
ESCO1 belongs to a conserved family of acetyltransferases involved in sister chromatid cohesion (Hou and Zou, 2005
ECO1 homolog 1
, N-acetyltransferase ESCO1
, establisment of cohesion 1 homolog 1
, CTF7 homolog 1
, ESO1 homolog 1
, establishment factor-like protein 1
, establishment of cohesion 1 homolog 1