Protein crumbs - P10040 (CRB_DROME)


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  • Number of PDB entries for P10040: 2
Plays a central role in cell polarity establishment (PubMed:2344615, PubMed:12900452, PubMed:10102271, PubMed:11740560). Participates in the assembly, positioning and maintenance of adherens junctions via its interaction with the SAC complex (PubMed:11740560, PubMed:12900452, PubMed:10102271, PubMed:11076972). Controls the coalescence of the spots of zonula adherens (ZA) into a adhesive ring around the cells (PubMed:11740560). It may act as a signal (PubMed:2344615). Involved in morphogenesis of the photoreceptor rhabdomere, for positioning and growth of rhabdomere and AJ during the crucial period of photoreceptor extension along the proximodistal axis of the retina (PubMed:12900452). Component of the crb-galla-Xpd (CGX) complex which is essential for proper mitotic chromosome segregation in early embryos (PubMed:25065591). The CGX complex is also required for cell proliferation in developing wing disks (PubMed:25065591). In the CGX complex, acts with galla-1 or galla-2 to recruit Xpd and thus form the functional complex. UniProt
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Component of the SAC complex, a complex composed of crb, Patj and sdt (PubMed:11740560, PubMed:10102271, PubMed:11076972). May interact with the par-6 complex, which is composed of par-6, baz and aPKC, via its interaction with Patj (PubMed:12900452, PubMed:10102271, PubMed:11076972). Interacts with other proteins with Patj and sdt via its short cytoplasmic tail (PubMed:11740560). Component of the CGX complex composed of crb, galla (galla-1 or galla-2) and Xpd (PubMed:25065591). Able to interact independently (via intracellular domain) with galla-1, galla-2 and Xpd (PubMed:25065591). UniProt
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