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Kinesin-like calmodulin-binding protein (KCBP), a member of the Kinesin-14 family, is a C-terminal microtubule motor with three unique domains including a myosin tail homology region 4 (MyTH4), a talin-like domain, and a calmodulin-binding domain (CBD). The MyTH4 and talin-like domains (found in some myosins) are not found in other reported kinesins. A(More)
NifS-like proteins provide the sulfur (S) for the formation of iron-sulfur (Fe-S) clusters, an ancient and essential type of cofactor found in all three domains of life. Plants are known to contain two distinct NifS-like proteins, localized in the mitochondria (MtNifS) and the chloroplast (CpNifS). In the chloroplast, five different Fe-S cluster types are(More)
KCBP (kinesin-like calmodulin [CaM]-binding proteins), a member of the carboxy-terminal kinesin-like proteins (KLPs), is unique among KLPs in having a CaM-binding domain (CBD). CaM-binding KLPs have been identified from flowering plants and the sea urchin. To determine if CaM-binding KLP is present in phylogenetically divergent protists, we probed(More)
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