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Table 1 Factors that tend to dissociate from mitotic chromosomes

From: Mitotic bookmarking by transcription factors

Basal transcription machinery Sequence-specific transcription factors Transcription cofactors Chromatin remodelers Chromatin writers Chromatin readers Other chromatin proteins
POLR2A (RNApol2) [19, 25, 43, 6062] MYC*[20, 63, 64] EED (Esc) [65] SMARCA2 (BRM) [66] CREBBP (CBP) [27, 43, 46, 67] CBX5* (HP1α) [6872] ORC1[73, 74]
POLR3A (RNApol3) [75] MYB[47] PHC1 (Polyhomeotic) [76, 77] SMARCA4 (BRG1) [43, 66] EP300* (p300) [30, 46] CBX1* (HP1β) [68, 69, 71, 78] SRSF2 (SC-35) [30]
GTF2A1 (TFIIA) [79] FOS[47, 80] PCGF6 (MBLR) [85] SMARCA5 (SNF2) [43] KAT2B (PCAF) [46] CBX3* (HP1γ) [68, 69, 71, 78] SMC3 (Cohesin) [81]
GTF2B (TFIIB) [23, 61, 62, 79, 82] POU2F1 (OCT1) [47, 75, 79, 83, 84] ZFPM1 (FOG1) [16] CHAF1A (CAF-1) [68] KAT8 (MYST1) [46]   SCC1 (Cohesin) [86]
TAF1 (TAFII250) [46] POU2F2 (OCT2) [47] LMO2[16] HIRA[87] NCOA3 (ACTR) [46]  
TAF3 (TAFII140) [52] MYOD1* (MyoD) [88, 89] LDB1[16]   ELP3[43]
TAF4 (TAFII130/135) [90] HSF1[47]   HDAC1[46, 59]
TAF5* (TAFII100) [52, 61] E2F1[47]   HDAC2[46, 91]
TAF12 (TAFII20/15) [79] BCL6[47] HDAC3[46]
GTF2E1 (TFIIE p56) [62] ETS1[47] HDAC4[46]
GTF2F1 (TFIIF) [23, 62] SP1[27, 47, 84, 91] HDAC5[46]
ERCC2 (TFIIH XPD) [62] SP3[91] HDAC7[46]
ERCC3 (TFIIH XPE) [62] IKZF1* (Ikaros) [92, 93] SETD1A[19]
BDP1* (TFIIIB) [75] PAX3[94] MLL2[19]
TRF2[90] PAX5[67] ASH1L[19]
MED14 (DRIP150) [62] HNF4A (HNF4-α) [95] DOT1L[19]
MED23 (DRIP130) [62] TBX2[96] KDM1A (LSD1) [19]
CDK9[23, 24] ESR1 (ERα) [91] RNF2 (RING1B) [77]
CCNT1 (Cyclin-T1) [23, 24] TAL1 (SCL) [16]  
SSRP1 (FACT) [43] CTCF*[48, 97, 98]
  1. Factors that have been reported to be released from mitotic chromosomes are shown and references are provided. For the sake of simplicity, canonical human gene identifiers are shown (boldface) even though data were collected from experiments carried out in human, mouse, frog, insect, worm, and plant cells. For some factors, commonly known names are shown in parentheses. *Indicates conflicting reports, which may be due to differences in species, cell type, and/or techniques by which the factor was examined.