E3 SUMO-protein ligase RanBP2 - P49792 (RBP2_HUMAN)


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E3 SUMO-protein ligase which facilitates SUMO1 and SUMO2 conjugation by UBE2I (PubMed:11792325, PubMed:12032081, PubMed:15378033, PubMed:22194619, PubMed:15931224). Involved in transport factor (Ran-GTP, karyopherin)-mediated protein import via the F-G repeat-containing domain which acts as a docking site for substrates (PubMed:7775481). Binds single-stranded RNA (in vitro) (PubMed:7775481). May bind DNA (PubMed:7775481). Component of the nuclear export pathway (PubMed:10078529). Specific docking site for the nuclear export factor exportin-1 (PubMed:10078529). Sumoylates PML at 'Lys-490' which is essential for the proper assembly of PML-NB (PubMed:22155184). Recruits BICD2 to the nuclear envelope and cytoplasmic stacks of nuclear pore complex known as annulate lamellae during G2 phase of cell cycle (PubMed:20386726). Probable inactive PPIase with no peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase activity (PubMed:20676357, PubMed:23353830). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Forms a complex with NXT1, NXF1 and RANGAP1 (PubMed:14729961). Forms a tight complex with RANBP1 and UBE2I (PubMed:15388847, PubMed:10078529, PubMed:15826666). Interacts with SUMO1 but not SUMO2 (PubMed:15388847, PubMed:10078529, PubMed:15826666). Interacts with PRKN (PubMed:16332688). Interacts with sumoylated RANGAP1 (PubMed:15378033, PubMed:10078529, PubMed:15826666). Interacts with CDCA8 (PubMed:19413330). Interacts with PML (isoform PML-4) (PubMed:22155184). Interacts with BICD2 (PubMed:20386726). UniProt
The PPIase cyclophilin-type domain has high structural similarity with PPIA, but has extremely low and barely detectable proline isomerase activity (in vitro) (PubMed:23353830). Only about half of the residues that surround the PPIA active site cleft are conserved. UniProt
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