TRIP6 and LPP, but not Zyxin, are present at a subset of telomeres in human cells.

@article{Sheppard2011TRIP6AL,
  title={TRIP6 and LPP, but not Zyxin, are present at a subset of telomeres in human cells.},
  author={S. Andrew Sheppard and Tatiana Savinova and Diego Loayza},
  journal={Cell cycle},
  year={2011},
  volume={10 11},
  pages={1726-30}
}
The protection of chromosome ends requires the inhibition of DNA damage responses at telomeres. This inhibition is exerted in great part by the shelterin complex, known to prevent inappropriate ATM and ATR activation. The molecular mechanisms by which shelterin protects telomeres are incompletely understood. Recently, we have implicated for the first time a class of molecules, LIM domain proteins, in telomere protection. This protection occurred through interaction with shelterin, possibly… CONTINUE READING