Caenorhabditis elegans


CELE_F26G5.9, F26G5.9
tam-1 encodes a broadly expressed nuclear protein with RING finger, B-box, and glutamine/asparagine-rich domains that promotes signalling in the class B synthetic-multivulva gene pathway (which includes the lin-35/RB gene), and also promotes the activity of genes in multicopy transgenic arrays; the normal role of TAM-1's class B activity is presumably to inhibit RAS pathway activity in vulval development, while TAM-1's effect on transgenes may be through changes in the acetylation state of histones in chromatin.
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