Conserved Protein Domain Family

cl41731: KLF10_11_N Superfamily 
N-terminal domain of Kruppel-like factor (KLF) 10, KLF11, and similar proteins
This subfamily is composed of Kruppel-like factor or Krueppel-like factor (KLF) 10, KLF11, and similar proteins. KLF10 was first identified in human osteoblasts and plays a role in mediating estrogen (E2) signaling in bone and skeletal homeostasis and a regulatory role in tumor formation and metastasis. KLF11 is involved in cell growth, apoptosis, cellular inflammation and differentiation, endometriosis, and cholesterol, prostaglandin, neurotransmitter, fat, and sugar metabolism. KLF9, KLF10, KLF11, KLF13, KLF14, and KLF16 share a conserved a-helical motif AA/VXXL that mediates their binding to Sin3A and their activities as transcriptional repressors. KLF10/11 belong to a family of proteins, called the Specificity Protein (SP)/KLF family, characterized by a C-terminal DNA-binding domain of 81 amino acids consisting of three Kruppel-like C2H2 zinc fingers. These factors bind to a loose consensus motif, namely NNRCRCCYY (where N is any nucleotide; R is A/G, and Y is C/T), such as the recurring motifs in GC and GT boxes (5'-GGGGCGGGG-3' and 5-GGTGTGGGG-3') that are present in promoters and more distal regulatory elements of mammalian genes. Members of the KLF family can act as activators or repressors of transcription depending on cell and promoter context. KLFs regulate various cellular functions, such as proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis, as well as the development and homeostasis of several types of tissue. In addition to the C-terminal DNA-binding domain, each KLF also has a unique N-terminal activation/repression domain that confers specificity and allows it to bind specifically to a certain partner, leading to distinct activities in vivo. This model represents the N-terminal domain of KLF10, KLF11, and similar proteins.
Accession: cl41731
PSSM Id: 425362
Name: KLF10_11_N
Created: 24-Nov-2020
Updated: 24-Nov-2020
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