NFATC2: ProductsNFATC2 (Nuclear factor of activated T cells C2; also NFAT1 or NFATP) is a 135 kDa member of the NFAT family of transcription factors. NFATC2 is found in T cells and mast cells where it regulates cytokine transcription, Th2 cell differentiation, and cell cycle entry. The transactivation function of NFATC2 is regulated by phosphorylation at Ser53, Ser56, Thr116, and Ser170. Human NFATC2 is 925 amino acids (aa) in length. It contains a calcineurin-binding site (aa 111-116), a transactivation domain (aa 119-199), two NLS (aa 251-253 and 664-666), an RHD that binds DNA (aa 392-574), and one NES (aa 904-913). An alternate splice form has a substitution of the C-terminal 18 amino acids. Human NFATC2 shares 96% aa identity with mouse and rat NFATC2.