KAPKinesin-associated protein (KAP)
|SMART accession number:||SM01297
||This family consists of several eukaryotic kinesin-associated (KAP) proteins. Kinesins are intracellular multimeric transport motor proteins that move cellular cargo on microtubule tracks. It has been shown that the sea urchin KRP85/95 holoenzyme associates with a KAP115 non-motor protein, forming a heterotrimeric complex in vitro, called the Kinesin-II PMID:10819327. |
There are 466 KAP domains in 233 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.
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