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The Kin I kinesins are microtubule end-stimulated ATPases.

The Kin I kinesins are microtubule-destabilizing enzymes important for neuronal transport, spindle assembly, and chromosome segregation. now show that the Kin I MCAK is a microtubule end- stimulated ATPase that can catalytically depolymerize MT's.[1]

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