KIF2Abeta: A kinesin family member enriched in mouse male germ cells, interacts with translin associated factor-X (TRAX).

@article{Bray2004KIF2AbetaAK,
  title={KIF2Abeta: A kinesin family member enriched in mouse male germ cells, interacts with translin associated factor-X (TRAX).},
  author={Jeffrey D Bray and Vargheese M Chennathukuzhi and Norman B. Hecht},
  journal={Molecular reproduction and development},
  year={2004},
  volume={69 4},
  pages={387-96}
}
Translin associated factor X (TRAX) is a binding partner of TB-RBP/Translin. A cDNA encoding the 260 C-terminal amino acids of KIF2Abeta was isolated from mouse testis cDNAs in a yeast two-hybrid library screen for specific TRAX-interacting proteins. KIF2Abeta was expressed predominantly in the mouse testis and enriched in germ cells. The interaction of full-length KIF2Abeta or its C-terminus with TRAX was verified using in vitro synthesized fusion proteins. Deletion mapping of the TRAX-binding… CONTINUE READING

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