PRDM4 (SC1) binds to p75NTR

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R-HSA-193643
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Reaction [binding]
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Homo sapiens
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PRDM4, usually named SC1, for Schwann Cell factor 1, is a zinc finger protein that functions as a repressor of transcription. It is present in many tissues, and abundant in brain. It interacts with the NGF:p75NTR complex to signal cell cycle arrest. It is unclear whether it already forms a complex with p75NTR before NGF binding to p75.

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