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ANP32E is a histone chaperone that removes H2A.Z from chromatin.
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BRD8 is one of the bromodomain-containing proteins, which is an acetylated lysine- binding domain and thought to be involved in regulation of protein acetylation and/or HAT (histone acetyl transferase) activity [PMID: 12963728]. It is also reported to be an accessory subunit of NuA4 HAT complex (also known as TRRAP/TIP60 complex) through biochemical purification [PMID: 16049979]. In addition, it can bind to thyroid hormone receptor-ß and/or retinoid X receptor, and can act as a coactivator of the nuclear hormone receptor-mediated transcription in reporter assays [PMID: 10517671].