STOP-like protein 21 is a novel member of the STOP family, revealing a Golgi localization of STOP proteins.

@article{GoryFaur2006STOPlikeP2,
  title={STOP-like protein 21 is a novel member of the STOP family, revealing a Golgi localization of STOP proteins.},
  author={Sylvie Gory-Faur{\'e} and Vanessa Windscheid and Christophe Bosc and Leticia Peris and Dominique Proietto and Ronald Franck and Eric Denarier and Didier Job and Annie Andrieux},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={281 38},
  pages={
          28387-96
        }
}
Neuronal microtubules are stabilized by two calmodulin-regulated microtubule-associated proteins, E-STOP and N-STOP, which when suppressed in mice induce severe synaptic and behavioral deficits. Here we show that mature neurons also contain a 21-kDa STOP-like protein, SL21, which shares calmodulin-binding and microtubule-stabilizing homology domains with STOP proteins. Accordingly, in different biochemical or cellular assays, SL21 has calmodulin binding and microtubule stabilizing activity… CONTINUE READING
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