Greenspan's Basic and Clinical Endocrinology (9th Edition) by David Gardner, Dolores Shoback

By David Gardner, Dolores Shoback

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This basic region encodes two zinc finger motifs (Figure 1-1 8) that have been shown to establish contacts in the major groove of the cognate DNA recognition ele­ ment (see the discussion later). Based on crystallographic data collected for the DNA-binding region of the GR, we know that the amino acid sequence lying between the first and second fingers (ie, recognition helix) is responsible for establishing specific con­ tacts with the DNA. The second finger provides the stabilizing contacts that increase the affinity of the receptor for DNA.

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The second finger provides the stabilizing contacts that increase the affinity of the receptor for DNA. The DNA-binding region also harbors amino acid residues that con­ tribute to the dimerization of monomers contiguously arrayed on the DNA recognition element. Following the basic region is the carboxyl terminal domain of the protein. This domain is respon­ sible for binding of the relevant ligand, receptor dimerization or heterodimerization, and association with the heat shock proteins. It also contributes to the ligand-dependent transactivation func­ tion (incorporated in a subdomain termed AF-2) that drives tran­ scriptional activity.

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