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Identification
HMDB Protein ID HMDBP00026
Secondary Accession Numbers
  • 5255
Name Nuclear receptor coactivator 3
Synonyms
  1. ACTR
  2. AIB-1
  3. Amplified in breast cancer 1 protein
  4. CBP-interacting protein
  5. Class E basic helix-loop-helix protein 42
  6. NCoA-3
  7. RAC-3
  8. Receptor-associated coactivator 3
  9. SRC-3
  10. Steroid receptor coactivator protein 3
  11. TRAM-1
  12. Thyroid hormone receptor activator molecule 1
  13. bHLHe42
  14. pCIP
Gene Name NCOA3
Protein Type Enzyme
Biological Properties
General Function Involved in transcription coactivator activity
Specific Function Nuclear receptor coactivator that directly binds nuclear receptors and stimulates the transcriptional activities in a hormone-dependent fashion. Plays a central role in creating a multisubunit coactivator complex, which probably acts via remodeling of chromatin. Involved in the coactivation of different nuclear receptors, such as for steroids (GR and ER), retinoids (RARs and RXRs), thyroid hormone (TRs), vitamin D3 (VDR) and prostanoids (PPARs). Displays histone acetyltransferase activity. Also involved in the coactivation of the NF-kappa-B pathway via its interaction with the NFKB1 subunit. Interacts with PSMB9.
Pathways Not Available
Reactions
Acetyl-CoA + [histone] → Coenzyme A + acetyl-[histone] details
GO Classification
Biological Process
small molecule metabolic process
positive regulation of intracellular estrogen receptor signaling pathway
developmental growth
mammary gland branching involved in thelarche
receptor transactivation
vagina development
positive regulation of sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity
positive regulation of keratinocyte differentiation
positive regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter
multicellular organism growth
cellular lipid metabolic process
transcription, DNA-dependent
androgen receptor signaling pathway
Cellular Component
cytoplasm
Golgi apparatus
nucleoplasm
Component
organelle
membrane-bounded organelle
intracellular membrane-bounded organelle
nucleus
Function
binding
transcription coactivator activity
protein binding
transcription factor binding
transcription cofactor activity
molecular transducer activity
signal transducer activity
receptor binding
hormone receptor binding
nuclear hormone receptor binding
transcription regulator activity
Molecular Function
thyroid hormone receptor binding
signal transducer activity
transcription coactivator activity
androgen receptor binding
chromatin binding
ligand-dependent nuclear receptor transcription coactivator activity
histone acetyltransferase activity
Process
biological regulation
regulation of biological process
regulation of metabolic process
regulation of macromolecule metabolic process
regulation of gene expression
regulation of transcription
regulation of transcription, dna-dependent
regulation of cellular process
signal transduction
Cellular Location
  1. Nucleus
  2. Cytoplasm
Gene Properties
Chromosome Location 20
Locus 20q12
SNPs NCOA3
Gene Sequence
>4275 bp
ATGAGTGGATTAGGAGAAAACTTGGATCCACTGGCCAGTGATTCACGAAAACGCAAATTG
CCATGTGATACTCCAGGACAAGGTCTTACCTGCAGTGGTGAAAAACGGAGACGGGAGCAG
GAAAGTAAATATATTGAAGAATTGGCTGAGCTGATATCTGCCAATCTTAGTGATATTGAC
AATTTCAATGTCAAACCAGATAAATGTGCGATTTTAAAGGAAACAGTAAGACAGATACGT
CAAATAAAAGAGCAAGGAAAAACTATTTCCAATGATGATGATGTTCAAAAAGCCGATGTA
TCTTCTACAGGGCAGGGAGTTATTGATAAAGACTCCTTAGGACCGCTTTTACTTCAGGCA
TTGGATGGTTTCCTATTTGTGGTGAATCGAGACGGAAACATTGTATTTGTATCAGAAAAT
GTCACACAATACCTGCAATATAAGCAAGAGGACCTGGTTAACACAAGTGTTTACAATATC
TTACATGAAGAAGACAGAAAGGATTTTCTTAAGAATTTACCAAAATCTACAGTTAATGGA
GTTTCCTGGACAAATGAGACCCAAAGACAAAAAAGCCATACATTTAATTGCCGTATGTTG
ATGAAAACACCACATGATATTCTGGAAGACATAAACGCCAGTCCTGAAATGCGCCAGAGA
TATGAAACAATGCAGTGCTTTGCCCTGTCTCAGCCACGAGCTATGATGGAGGAAGGGGAA
GATTTGCAATCTTGTATGATCTGTGTGGCACGCCGCATTACTACAGGAGAAAGAACATTT
CCATCAAACCCTGAGAGCTTTATTACCAGACATGATCTTTCAGGAAAGGTTGTCAATATA
GATACAAATTCACTGAGATCCTCCATGAGGCCTGGCTTTGAAGATATAATCCGAAGGTGT
ATTCAGAGATTTTTTAGTCTAAATGATGGGCAGTCATGGTCCCAGAAACGTCACTATCAA
GAAGCTTATCTTAATGGCCATGCAGAAACCCCAGTATATCGATTCTCGTTGGCTGATGGA
ACTATAGTGACTGCACAGACAAAAAGCAAACTCTTCCGAAATCCTGTAACAAATGATCGA
CATGGCTTTGTCTCAACCCACTTCCTTCAGAGAGAACAGAATGGATATAGACCAAACCCA
AATCCTGTTGGACAAGGGATTAGACCACCTATGGCTGGATGCAACAGTTCGGTAGGCGGC
ATGAGTATGTCGCCAAACCAAGGCTTACAGATGCCGAGCAGCAGGGCCTATGGCTTGGCA
GACCCTAGCACCACAGGGCAGATGAGTGGAGCTAGGTATGGGGGTTCCAGTAACATAGCT
TCATTGACCCCTGGGCCAGGCATGCAATCACCATCTTCCTACCAGAACAACAACTATGGG
CTCAACATGAGTAGCCCCCCACATGGGAGTCCTGGTCTTGCCCCAAACCAGCAGAATATC
ATGATTTCTCCTCGTAATCGTGGGAGTCCAAAGATAGCCTCACATCAGTTTTCTCCTGTT
GCAGGTGTGCACTCTCCCATGGCATCTTCTGGCAATACTGGGAACCACAGCTTTTCCAGC
AGCTCTCTCAGTGCCCTGCAAGCCATCAGTGAAGGTGTGGGGACTTCCCTTTTATCTACT
CTGTCATCACCAGGCCCCAAATTGGATAACTCTCCCAATATGAATATTACCCAACCAAGT
AAAGTAAGCAATCAGGATTCCAAGAGTCCTCTGGGCTTTTATTGCGACCAAAATCCAGTG
GAGAGTTCAATGTGTCAGTCAAATAGCAGAGATCACCTCAGTGACAAAGAAAGTAAGGAG
AGCAGTGTTGAGGGGGCAGAGAATCAAAGGGGTCCTTTGGAAAGCAAAGGTCATAAAAAA
TTACTGCAGTTACTTACCTGTTCTTCTGATGACCGGGGTCATTCCTCCTTGACCAACTCC
CCCCTAGATTCAAGTTGTAAAGAATCTTCTGTTAGTGTCACCAGCCCCTCTGGAGTCTCC
TCCTCTACATCTGGAGGAGTATCCTCTACATCCAATATGCATGGGTCACTGTTACAAGAG
AAGCACCGGATTTTGCACAAGTTGCTGCAGAATGGGAATTCACCAGCTGAGGTAGCCAAG
ATTACTGCAGAAGCCACTGGGAAAGACACCAGCAGTATAACTTCTTGTGGGGACGGAAAT
GTTGTCAAGCAGGAGCAGCTAAGTCCTAAGAAGAAGGAGAATAATGCACTTCTTAGATAC
CTGCTGGACAGGGATGATCCTAGTGATGCACTCTCTAAAGAACTACAGCCCCAAGTGGAA
GGAGTGGATAATAAAATGAGTCAGTGCACCAGCTCCACCATTCCTAGCTCAAGTCAAGAG
AAAGACCCTAAAATTAAGACAGAGACAAGTGAAGAGGGATCTGGAGACTTGGATAATCTA
GATGCTATTCTTGGTGATCTGACTAGTTCTGACTTTTACAATAATTCCATATCCTCAAAT
GGTAGTCATCTGGGGACTAAGCAACAGGTGTTTCAAGGAACTAATTCTCTGGGTTTGAAA
AGTTCACAGTCTGTGCAGTCTATTCGTCCTCCATATAACCGAGCAGTGTCTCTGGATAGC
CCTGTTTCTGTTGGCTCAAGTCCTCCAGTAAAAAATATCAGTGCTTTCCCCATGTTACCA
AAGCAACCCATGTTGGGTGGGAATCCAAGAATGATGGATAGTCAGGAAAATTATGGCTCA
AGTATGGGTGGGCCAAACCGAAATGTGACTGTGACTCAGACTCCTTCCTCAGGAGACTGG
GGCTTACCAAACTCAAAGGCCGGCAGAATGGAACCTATGAATTCAAACTCCATGGGAAGA
CCAGGAGGAGATTATAATACTTCTTTACCCAGACCTGCACTGGGTGGCTCTATTCCCACA
TTGCCTCTTCGGTCTAATAGCATACCAGGTGCGAGACCAGTATTGCAACAGCAGCAGCAG
ATGCTTCAAATGAGGCCTGGTGAAATCCCCATGGGAATGGGGGCTAATCCCTATGGCCAA
GCAGCAGCATCTAACCAACTGGGTTCCTGGCCCGATGGCATGTTGTCCATGGAACAAGTT
TCTCATGGCACTCAAAATAGGCCTCTTCTTAGGAATTCCCTGGATGATCTTGTTGGGCCA
CCTTCCAACCTGGAAGGCCAGAGTGACGAAAGAGCATTATTGGACCAGCTGCACACTCTT
CTCAGCAACACAGATGCCACAGGCCTGGAAGAAATTGACAGAGCTTTGGGCATTCCTGAA
CTTGTCAATCAGGGACAGGCATTAGAGCCCAAACAGGATGCTTTCCAAGGCCAAGAAGCA
GCAGTAATGATGGATCAGAAGGCAGGATTATATGGACAGACATACCCAGCACAGGGGCCT
CCAATGCAAGGAGGCTTTCATCTTCAGGGACAATCACCATCTTTTAACTCTATGATGAAT
CAGATGAACCAGCAAGGCAATTTTCCTCTCCAAGGAATGCACCCACGAGCCAACATCATG
AGACCCCGGACAAACACCCCCAAGCAACTTAGAATGCAGCTTCAGCAGAGGCTGCAGGGC
CAGCAGTTTTTGAATCAGAGCCGACAGGCACTTGAATTGAAAATGGAAAACCCTACTGCT
GGTGGTGCTGCGGTGATGAGGCCTATGATGCAGCCCCAGGTGAGCTCCCAGCAGGGTTTT
CTTAATGCTCAAATGGTCGCCCAACGCAGCAGAGAGCTGCTAAGTCATCACTTCCGACAA
CAGAGGGTGGCTATGATGATGCAGCAGCAGCAGCAGCAGCAACAGCAGCAGCAGCAGCAG
CAGCAGCAGCAACAGCAACAGCAACAGCAACAGCAGCAACAGCAGCAAACCCAGGCCTTC
AGCCCACCTCCTAATGTGACTGCTTCCCCCAGCATGGATGGGCTTTTGGCAGGACCCACA
ATGCCACAAGCTCCTCCGCAACAGTTTCCATATCAACCAAATTATGGAATGGGACAACAA
CCAGATCCAGCCTTTGGTCGAGTGTCTAGTCCTCCCAATGCAATGATGTCGTCAAGAATG
GGTCCCTCCCAGAATCCCATGATGCAACACCCGCAGGCTGCATCCATCTATCAGTCCTCA
GAAATGAAGGGCTGGCCATCAGGAAATTTGGCCAGGAACAGCTCCTTTTCCCAGCAGCAG
TTTGCCCACCAGGGGAATCCTGCAGTGTATAGTATGGTGCACATGAATGGCAGCAGTGGT
CACATGGGACAGATGAACATGAACCCCATGCCCATGTCTGGCATGCCTATGGGTCCTGAT
CAGAAATACTGCTGA
Protein Properties
Number of Residues 1424
Molecular Weight 154399.59
Theoretical pI 7.286
Pfam Domain Function
Signals Not Available
Transmembrane Regions Not Available
Protein Sequence
>Nuclear receptor coactivator 3
MSGLGENLDPLASDSRKRKLPCDTPGQGLTCSGEKRRREQESKYIEELAELISANLSDID
NFNVKPDKCAILKETVRQIRQIKEQGKTISNDDDVQKADVSSTGQGVIDKDSLGPLLLQA
LDGFLFVVNRDGNIVFVSENVTQYLQYKQEDLVNTSVYNILHEEDRKDFLKNLPKSTVNG
VSWTNETQRQKSHTFNCRMLMKTPHDILEDINASPEMRQRYETMQCFALSQPRAMMEEGE
DLQSCMICVARRITTGERTFPSNPESFITRHDLSGKVVNIDTNSLRSSMRPGFEDIIRRC
IQRFFSLNDGQSWSQKRHYQEAYLNGHAETPVYRFSLADGTIVTAQTKSKLFRNPVTNDR
HGFVSTHFLQREQNGYRPNPNPVGQGIRPPMAGCNSSVGGMSMSPNQGLQMPSSRAYGLA
DPSTTGQMSGARYGGSSNIASLTPGPGMQSPSSYQNNNYGLNMSSPPHGSPGLAPNQQNI
MISPRNRGSPKIASHQFSPVAGVHSPMASSGNTGNHSFSSSSLSALQAISEGVGTSLLST
LSSPGPKLDNSPNMNITQPSKVSNQDSKSPLGFYCDQNPVESSMCQSNSRDHLSDKESKE
SSVEGAENQRGPLESKGHKKLLQLLTCSSDDRGHSSLTNSPLDSSCKESSVSVTSPSGVS
SSTSGGVSSTSNMHGSLLQEKHRILHKLLQNGNSPAEVAKITAEATGKDTSSITSCGDGN
VVKQEQLSPKKKENNALLRYLLDRDDPSDALSKELQPQVEGVDNKMSQCTSSTIPSSSQE
KDPKIKTETSEEGSGDLDNLDAILGDLTSSDFYNNSISSNGSHLGTKQQVFQGTNSLGLK
SSQSVQSIRPPYNRAVSLDSPVSVGSSPPVKNISAFPMLPKQPMLGGNPRMMDSQENYGS
SMGGPNRNVTVTQTPSSGDWGLPNSKAGRMEPMNSNSMGRPGGDYNTSLPRPALGGSIPT
LPLRSNSIPGARPVLQQQQQMLQMRPGEIPMGMGANPYGQAAASNQLGSWPDGMLSMEQV
SHGTQNRPLLRNSLDDLVGPPSNLEGQSDERALLDQLHTLLSNTDATGLEEIDRALGIPE
LVNQGQALEPKQDAFQGQEAAVMMDQKAGLYGQTYPAQGPPMQGGFHLQGQSPSFNSMMN
QMNQQGNFPLQGMHPRANIMRPRTNTPKQLRMQLQQRLQGQQFLNQSRQALELKMENPTA
GGAAVMRPMMQPQVSSQQGFLNAQMVAQRSRELLSHHFRQQRVAMMMQQQQQQQQQQQQQ
QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQTQAFSPPPNVTASPSMDGLLAGPTMPQAPPQQFPYQPNYGMGQQ
PDPAFGRVSSPPNAMMSSRMGPSQNPMMQHPQAASIYQSSEMKGWPSGNLARNSSFSQQQ
FAHQGNPAVYSMVHMNGSSGHMGQMNMNPMPMSGMPMGPDQKYC
GenBank ID Protein 32307126
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot ID Q9Y6Q9
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Entry Name NCOA3_HUMAN
PDB IDs
GenBank Gene ID NM_181659.2
GeneCard ID NCOA3
GenAtlas ID NCOA3
HGNC ID HGNC:7670
References
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