The Cytohesin Coiled-Coil Domain Interacts with Threonine 276 to Control Membrane Association

@inproceedings{Hiester2013TheCC,
  title={The Cytohesin Coiled-Coil Domain Interacts with Threonine 276 to Control Membrane Association},
  author={Kevin G. Hiester and Lorraine C. Santy},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Cell migration is regulated by a number of small GTPases, including members of the Arf family. Cytohesins, a family of Arf-activating proteins, have been extensively implicated in the regulation of Arfs during migration and cell shape change. Membrane association of both the Arf and its activating protein is a prerequisite for Arf activation. Therefore regulating the extent of cytohesin membrane association is a mechanism for controlling the initiation of cell movement. We have discovered a… CONTINUE READING
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