Conserved Protein Domain Family

cl02608: BAH Superfamily 
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BAH, or Bromo Adjacent Homology domain (also called ELM1 and BAM for Bromo Adjacent Motif). BAH domains have first been described as domains found in the polybromo protein and Yeast Rsc1/Rsc2 (Remodeling of the Structure of Chromatin). They also occur in mammalian DNA methyltransferases and the MTA1 subunits of histone deacetylase complexes. A BAH domain is also found in Yeast Sir3p and in the origin receptor complex protein 1 (Orc1p), where it was found to interact with the N-terminal lobe of the silence information regulator 1 protein (Sir1p), confirming the initial hypothesis that BAH plays a role in protein-protein interactions.
Accession: cl02608
PSSM Id: 413397
Name: BAH
Created: 8-Feb-2008
Updated: 24-Nov-2020
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