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Both Kif15 and KBP (zeige KIAA1279 Antikörper) are required for the alignment of all the chromosomes to the metaphase plate and the assembly of stable kinetochore fibers of the correct length.
This study identified KIF15 as a critical regulator that promotes pancreatic cancer proliferation, broadening our understanding of KIF15 function in tumorigenesis.
To our knowledge, KIF15 is the first kinesin to be associated with congenital thrombocytopenia.
KIF15 is involved in alternative spindle assembly pathways.
When intersecting microtubules are parallel, Kif15 motors can drive (biased) parallel sliding because the motor simultaneously steps on both microtubules that it cross-links.
Eg5, Kif15, and dynein work together to build a bipolar spindle and reveal an important role for antagonistic motors in chromosome segregation.
Although Kif15 contains ADP in the catalytic site, its motor-domain structure was captured in the ;ATP-like' configuration, with the neck linker docked to the catalytic core.
By examining Kif15 activity in two cellular contexts, it was found that Kif15 bound to kinetochore fibers antagonizes centrosome separation while Kif15 bound to nonkinetochore MTs (zeige TIMM8A Antikörper) mediates centrosome separation.
Pole separation depends on Hklp2/Kif15, an otherwise dispensable plus end-directed spindle motor and results in spindles with two centrosomal poles.
Kif15 can replace all essential functions of Eg5 (zeige KIF11 Antikörper) in bipolar spindle assembly.
Kif15 opposes the capacity of other motors to generate independent microtubule movements within key regions of developing neurons.
mouse homolog associates with microtubulew and appears to play a role in mitosis in fibroblasts and in migration in developing neurons
kinesin-like protein 2-A
, kinesin-like protein KIF15-A
, kinesin family member 15
, kinesin-like protein KIF15-B
, kinesin-like protein 2-B
, kinesin-like protein KIF15-like
, kinesin-like 7
, kinesin-like protein 2
, kinesin-like protein 7
, kinesin-like protein KIF15
, serologically defined breast cancer antigen NY-BR-62
, N-10 kinesin
, kinesin 15