Rab40C is a novel Varp-binding protein that promotes proteasomal degradation of Varp in melanocytes

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Varp (VPS9-ankyrin repeat protein) was originally identified as an activator of small GTPase Rab21 through its VPS9 domain, but it has subsequently been shown to function as a Rab32/38 effector through its first ANKR1 domain. Although these functions of Varp are important for melanogenesis, Varp contains a second ANKR2 domain, whose function remained… (More)
DOI: 10.1242/bio.201411114

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@inproceedings{Yatsu2015Rab40CIA, title={Rab40C is a novel Varp-binding protein that promotes proteasomal degradation of Varp in melanocytes}, author={Ayaka Yatsu and Hikaru Shimada and Norihiko Ohbayashi and Mitsunori Fukuda}, booktitle={Biology open}, year={2015} }