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CEP350  -  centrosomal protein 350kDa

Homo sapiens

Synonyms: CAP350, Centrosome-associated protein 350, Centrosome-associated protein of 350 kDa, Cep350, GM133, ...
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  • We show that the C-terminal domain of CAP350 interacts directly with FOP and that both proteins localize to the centrosome throughout the cell cycle [1].
  • These results have implications for the mechanisms underlying MT anchoring at the centrosome and they attribute a key MT anchoring function to two novel centrosomal proteins, CAP350 and FOP [1].
  • CAP350 inhibited PPAR(alpha)-mediated transactivation in an LXXLL-dependent manner, suggesting that CAP350 represses PPAR(alpha) function [2].
  • However, in the presence of coexpressed CAP350, PPAR(alpha) colocalizes with CAP350 to discrete nuclear foci and to the centrosome, perinuclear region and intermediate filaments [2].
  • CAP350 also interacts with PPAR(delta), PPAR(gamma) and liver-X-receptor alpha, but not with the 9-cis retinoic acid receptor, RXR(alpha) [2].

Anatomical context of CEP350


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