ATP binding regulates oligomerization and endosome association of RME-1 family proteins.

@article{Lee2005ATPBR,
  title={ATP binding regulates oligomerization and endosome association of RME-1 family proteins.},
  author={Dong-won Lee and Xiaohong Zhao and Sarah Scarselletta and Peter J Schweinsberg and Evan Eisenberg and Barth D Grant and Lois E. Greene},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={280 17},
  pages={17213-20}
}
Members of the RME-1/mRme-1/EHD1 protein family have recently been shown to function in the recycling of membrane proteins from recycling endosomes to the plasma membrane. RME-1 family proteins are normally found in close association with recycling endosomes and the vesicles and tubules emanating from these endosomes, consistent with the proposal that these proteins directly participate in endosomal transport. RME-1 family proteins contain a C-terminal EH (eps15 homology) domain thought to be… CONTINUE READING

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