ATF2

Protein ATF2 map

Identifiers
activating transcription factor 2
“cAMP responsive element binding protein 2″ CREB2
HUGO:ATF2 HGNC:784 ENTREZ:1386 UNIPROT:P15336 GENECARDS:ATF2 REACTOME:50467 KEGG:2668 ATLASONC:ATF2ID718ch2q31 WIKI:ATF2

Maps_Modules
 Survival  map  / MAPK  map

References
ATF2 is a nuclear P38 target.
ATF2 is a nuclear JNK target.
PMID:20506250 PMID:11274345

ATF2@Nucleus

References
s_mpk1_re176( Survival  map ):
ATF2 is a nuclear P38 target.
ATF2 is a nuclear JNK target.
PMID:20506250 PMID:11274345

ATF2|​pho@Nucleus

References
s_mpk1_re176( Survival  map ):
ATF2 is a nuclear P38 target.
ATF2 is a nuclear JNK target.
PMID:20506250 PMID:11274345
s_mpk1_re172( Survival  map ):
AP-1 is a heterodimer comprised of bZIP transcription factors typically C-JUN and JUND along with members of the fos (usually c-FOS) and ATF (usually ATF2) families. All bZIP transcription factors contain leucine zippers that enable homo- and heterodimerisation and AP-1 components are organised into JUN-JUN JUN-FOS or JUN-ATF dimers.
PMID:11274345


Modifications:
In compartment: Nucleus
  1. ATF2@Nucleus map

  2. ATF2|​pho@Nucleus map

Participates in complexes:
In compartment: Nucleus

  1. ATF2|​pho:​JUN|​pho@Nucleus map

Participates in reactions:
As Reactant or Product:

  1. JUN|​pho@Nucleus map + ATF2|​pho@Nucleus map map ATF2|​pho:​JUN|​pho@Nucleus map

  2. ATF2@Nucleus map map ATF2|​pho@Nucleus map

As Catalyser:

  1. ERK*|​pho|​pho@Cytoplasm map map ERK*@Cytoplasm map

  2. ERK*|​pho|​pho:​KSR1:​MEK*|​pho|​pho@Cytoplasm map map KSR1:​MEK*@Cytoplasm map + ERK*@Cytoplasm map
  3. ERK*|​pho|​pho:​MEK*|​pho|​pho:​SEF*@Cytoplasm map map MEK*:​SEF*@Cytoplasm map + ERK*@Cytoplasm map
  4. ERK*|​pho|​pho:​MEK*|​pho|​pho:​_beta_-Arrestin2*@Early Endosomes map map MEK*:​_beta_-Arrestin2*@Cytoplasm map + ERK*@Cytoplasm map
  5. ERK*|​pho|​pho:​GRB2:​LAMTOR2:​MEK*|​pho|​pho:​MP1*:​RAF1|​pho:​RAS*|​pho:​RTK*:​SOS*@Late Endosomes map map GRB2:​LAMTOR2:​MEK*:​MP1*:​RAS*|​pho:​RTK*:​SOS*@Late Endosomes map + ERK*@Cytoplasm map + RAF1@Cytoplasm map

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