Aliases for SMARCE1 Gene
- SWI/SNF Related, Matrix Associated, Actin Dependent Regulator Of Chromatin, Subfamily E, Member 1 2 3
- BAF57 3 4 6
- BRG1-Associated Factor 57 3 4
- SWI/SNF-Related Matrix-Associated Actin-Dependent Regulator Of Chromatin Subfamily E Member 1 3
- SWI/SNF-Related Matrix-Associated Actin-Dependent Regulator Of Chromatin E1 3
- Chromatin Remodeling Complex BRG1-Associated Factor 57 3
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Previous GeneCards Identifiers for SMARCE1 Gene
The protein encoded by this gene is part of the large ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling complex SWI/SNF, which is required for transcriptional activation of genes normally repressed by chromatin. The encoded protein, either alone or when in the SWI/SNF complex, can bind to 4-way junction DNA, which is thought to mimic the topology of DNA as it enters or exits the nucleosome. The protein contains a DNA-binding HMG domain, but disruption of this domain does not abolish the DNA-binding or nucleosome-displacement activities of the SWI/SNF complex. Unlike most of the SWI/SNF complex proteins, this protein has no yeast counterpart. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008]
GeneCards Summary for SMARCE1 Gene
SMARCE1 (SWI/SNF Related, Matrix Associated, Actin Dependent Regulator Of Chromatin, Subfamily E, Member 1) is a Protein Coding gene. Diseases associated with SMARCE1 include smarce1-related coffin-siris syndrome and spinal meningioma. Among its related pathways are Transcription Ligand-dependent activation of the ESR1/SP pathway and Transcription Ligand-dependent activation of the ESR1/SP pathway. GO annotations related to this gene include chromatin binding and protein N-terminus binding.
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot for SMARCE1 Gene
Involved in transcriptional activation and repression of select genes by chromatin remodeling (alteration of DNA-nucleosome topology). Belongs to the neural progenitors-specific chromatin remodeling complex (npBAF complex) and the neuron-specific chromatin remodeling complex (nBAF complex). During neural development a switch from a stem/progenitor to a post-mitotic chromatin remodeling mechanism occurs as neurons exit the cell cycle and become committed to their adult state. The transition from proliferating neural stem/progenitor cells to post-mitotic neurons requires a switch in subunit composition of the npBAF and nBAF complexes. As neural progenitors exit mitosis and differentiate into neurons, npBAF complexes which contain ACTL6A/BAF53A and PHF10/BAF45A, are exchanged for homologous alternative ACTL6B/BAF53B and DPF1/BAF45B or DPF3/BAF45C subunits in neuron-specific complexes (nBAF). The npBAF complex is essential for the self-renewal/proliferative capacity of the multipotent neural stem cells. The nBAF complex along with CREST plays a role regulating the activity of genes essential for dendrite growth (By similarity). Required for the coactivation of estrogen responsive promoters by Swi/Snf complexes and the SRC/p160 family of histone acetyltransferases (HATs). Also specifically interacts with the CoREST corepressor resulting in repression of neuronal specific gene promoters in non-neuronal cells.