Histona deacetilasa 2

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Histona deacetilasa 2
Estructuras disponibles
PDB Búsqueda en Ortholog: PDBeRCSB
Identificadores
Símbolos HDAC2 (HUGO: 4853); RPD3; YAF1
Identificadores externos OMIM605164 HomoloGene68187 ChEMBL1937 GeneCardsGen HDAC2
Número EC 3.5.1.98
Locus Cr. 6 q22.1
Patrones de expresión RNA
PBB GE HDAC2 201833 at tn.png
Mayor información
Ortología
Especies Humano Ratón
Entrez 3066 15182
Ensembl Véase HS Véase MM
UniProt Q92769 P70288
RefSeq (mRNA) NM_001527 NM_008229
RefSeq (proteína) NCBI NP_001518 NP_032255
Ubicación (UCSC) Chr 6:
114.25 – 114.33 Mb
Chr 10:
36.97 – 37 Mb
PubMed (búsqueda) [1] [2]

La histona deacetilasa 2 (HDAC2) es una enzima codificada en humanos por el gen hdac2.[1]

Este producto génico pertenece a la familia de las histona deacetilasas, unas proteínas que actúan mediante la formación de grandes complejos multiproteicos y que son responsables de la de acetilación de los residuos de lisina presentes en la región N-terminal de las histonas (H2A, H2B, H3 y H4). Esta proteína también forma complejo represor transcripcional mediante su asociación con diversas proteínas como YY1, un factor de transcripción con dedos de zinc presente en mamíferos. Por ello, HDAC2 juega un importante papel en la regulación de la transcripción, en la progresión del ciclo celular y en procesos de desarrollo.[2]

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