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Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. (born 1963) is an engineer and the Acting Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) since January 20, 2017, making him the longest-serving Acting Administrator in NASA history. He is also the incumbent Associate Administrator of NASA. Succeeding Charles Bolden, Lightfoot became the space agency’s acting Associate Administrator on March 5, 2012. That job became permanent on September 25, 2012. He had previously served as the eleventh Director of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, from March 2009 until his promotion in March 2012.
Lightfoot has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama. In October 2007, he was named Distinguished Departmental Fellow for the University of Alabama, Department of Mechanical Engineering and selected as a University of Alabama College of Engineering fellow in 2009. Lightfoot serves on the University of Alabama Mechanical Engineering Advisory Board.
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Mediator is a multiprotein complex that functions as a transcriptional coactivator in all eukaryotes. It was discovered in the lab of Roger D. Kornberg, winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Mediator[a] complexes interact with transcription factors and RNA polymerase II. The main (but not exclusive) function of mediator complexes is to transmit signals from the transcription factors to the polymerase.
Mediator complexes are variable at the evolutionary, compositional and conformational levels. The first image shows only one “snapshot” of what a particular mediator complex might be composed of,[b] but it certainly does not accurately depict the conformation of the complex in vivo. During evolution, mediator has become more complex. The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (a simple eukaryote) is thought to have up to 21 subunits in the core mediator (exclusive of the CDK module), while mammals have up to 26.
Individual subunits can be absent or replaced by other subunits under different conditions. Also, there are many intrinsically disordered regions in mediator proteins, which may contribute to the conformational flexibility seen both with and without other bound proteins or protein complexes. A more realistic model of a mediator complex without the CDK module is shown in the second figure.