The Cdc 15 and Imp 2 SH 3 domains cooperatively scaffold a network of proteins that redundantly ensure efficient cell division in fission yeast

@inproceedings{Rena2014TheC1,
  title={The Cdc 15 and Imp 2 SH 3 domains cooperatively scaffold a network of proteins that redundantly ensure efficient cell division in fission yeast},
  author={Liping Rena and Alaina H. Willeta and Rachel H. Roberts-Galbraitha and Nathan A. McDonalda and Anna Feoktistovaa and Jun-Song Chena and Haiming Huangb and Rodrigo Guillena and Charles Booneb and Sachdev S. Sidhub and Janel R. Beckleya and Kathleen L. Goulda},
  year={2014}
}
  • Liping Rena, Alaina H. Willeta, +9 authors Kathleen L. Goulda
  • Published 2014
Schizosaccharomyces pombe cdc15 homology (PCH) family members participate in numerous biological processes, including cytokinesis, typically by bridging the plasma membrane via their F-BAR domains to the actin cytoskeleton. Two SH3 domain–containing PCH family members, Cdc15 and Imp2, play critical roles in S. pombe cytokinesis. Although both proteins localize to the contractile ring, with Cdc15 preceding Imp2, only cdc15 is an essential gene. Despite these distinct roles, the SH3 domains of… CONTINUE READING

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