Centrobin–tubulin interaction is required for centriole elongation and stability

@inproceedings{Gudi2011CentrobintubulinII,
  title={Centrobin–tubulin interaction is required for centriole elongation and stability},
  author={Radhika Gudi and Chaozhong Zou and Jun Li and Qingshen Gao},
  booktitle={The Journal of cell biology},
  year={2011}
}
Centrobin is a daughter centriole protein that is essential for centrosome duplication. However, the molecular mechanism by which centrobin functions during centriole duplication remains undefined. In this study, we show that centrobin interacts with tubulin directly, and centrobin-tubulin interaction is pivotal for the function of centrobin during centriole duplication. We found that centrobin is recruited to the centriole biogenesis site via its interaction with tubulins during the early… CONTINUE READING

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