The Eukaryotic Linear Motif resource for
Functional Sites in Proteins

o  Instance

Accession Acc. Gene-, NameStartEndSubsequenceLogic PDB OrganismLength
ELMI002988 P98177 FOXO4
FOXO4_HUMAN
29 34 FEPQSRPRSCTWPLPRPEIA TP --- Homo sapiens (Human) 505

o  Instance evidence

Evidence classPSI-MIMethodBioSourcePubMedLogicReliabilityNotes
experimental MI:0027 cosedimentation in vitro Obsil,2003 support certain InteractionDetection
experimental MI:0071 molecular sieving in vivo/in vitro Obsil,2003 support certain InteractionDetection
experimental MI:0074 mutation analysis in vivo/in vitro Obsil,2003 support certain FeatureDetection

o  Switches



This ELM instance is part of the following 1 switching mechanism annotated at the switches.ELM resource:
  • SWTI000690:
    ELM Switch SWTI000690

    Phosphorylation of two 14-3-3-binding motifs in Foxo4 by PKB induces binding of 14-3-3 dimer. In the nucleus, this blocks binding to DNA, while in the cytoplasm it blocks reimport of Foxo4 into the nucleus by blocking its Nuclear Localisation Signal (NLS). Since binding of 14-3-3 to a single motif occurs with an affinity similar to the affinity of Foxo4 for DNA, multivalent binding of 14-3-3 dimer is required for efficient inhibition of DNA binding.


o  Pathways

KEGG: The sequence P98177 is implicated in the following 2 Pathways: (color codes: This sequence=red, interacting sequence=orange)
Please cite: The eukaryotic linear motif resource - 2018 update. (PMID:29136216)

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