Activating signal co-integrator 2 (ASC2) functions as a hormone-dependent transcriptional coactivator in cooperation with nuclear receptors such as steroids, retinoids, thyroid hormone, vitamin D3 and prostanoids. ASC2 also interacts with basal transcription factors and may also influence gene expression through its association with histone modifiers. ASC2 has been identified as an amplified gene in breast and other human cancers.
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ASC2 Antibody include Nuclear receptor coactivator 6 antibody, NCOA6 antibody, amplified in breast cancer protein 3 antibody, cancer-amplified transcriptional coactivator ASC-2 antibody, peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-interacting protein antibody, PPAR-interacting protein antibody, PRIP antibody, Nuclear receptor-activating protein 250kDa antibody, Nuclear receptor coactivator RAP250 antibody, NRC RAP250 antibody, thyroid receptor binding protein antibody, TRBP antibody, AIB3 antibody, KIAA0181 antibody, RAP20 antibody, NRC antibody, ANTP antibody, HOXA7 antibody, HOX1.1 antibody.