Yuko Todaka

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Yeast Gtr1p and its human homolog RRAG A belong to the Ras-like small G-protein superfamily and genetically interact with RCC1, a guanine nucleotide exchange factor for Ran GTPase. Little is known regarding the function of Gtr1p. We performed yeast two-hybrid screening using Gtr1p as the bait to find interacting proteins. Rpc19p, a shared subunit of RNA(More)
RRAG A (Rag A)/Gtr1p is a member of the Ras-like small G protein family that genetically interacts with RCC1, a guanine nucleotide exchange factor for RanGTPase. RRAG A/Gtr1p forms a heterodimer with other G proteins, RRAG C and RRAG D/Gtr2p, in a nucleotide-independent manner. To further elucidate the function of RRAG A/Gtr1p, we isolated a protein that(More)
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