Syntaxin 11: a member of the syntaxin family without a carboxyl terminal transmembrane domain.

@article{Tang1998Syntaxin1A,
  title={Syntaxin 11: a member of the syntaxin family without a carboxyl terminal transmembrane domain.},
  author={Bor Luen Tang and David C Y Low and Wanjin Hong},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1998},
  volume={245 2},
  pages={627-32}
}
We have cloned a novel syntaxin-like molecule, designated human syntaxin 11 (hsyn11). The open reading frame encodes a polypeptide of 287 amino acids with potential coiled-coil domains. hsyn11 has extensive homology to members of the syntaxin family, particularly syntaxin 1 and syntaxin 2. Unlike other members of the syntaxin family, however, hsyn11 has a short cysteinerich carboxyl-terminal tail but not a typical hydrophobic domain which may serve as a membrane anchor. Northern blot analysis… CONTINUE READING
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