Cofilin/actin-depolymerizing factor homolog - P45594 (CADF_DROME)


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  • Number of PDB entries for P45594: 1
Exhibits F-actin depolymerizing activity and regulates actin cytoskeleton dynamics (PubMed:21205790). Required for cytokinesis in both mitotic and meiotic cells and for aster migration and separation (PubMed:8522587). Promotes cell motility during ovary development and oogenesis (PubMed:11175754). During larval development, required for the cell rearrangement needed for formation of terminal filaments which are stacks of somatic cells that are important for the initiation of ovarioles (PubMed:11175754). Also required for border cell migration during oogenesis (PubMed:11175754). During border cell migration, required for actin turnover and lamellipodial protrusion (PubMed:21205790). Required for the establishment of planar cell polarity (PCP) where cells adopt a uniform orientation within the plane of an epithelium (PubMed:16571634). During establishment of PCP, required for the redistribution of the PCP core proteins fz and stan/fmi to the proximodistal cell boundary (PubMed:16571634). During pupal development, required for elongation of the retinal cell body and for rhabdomere morphogenesis (PubMed:18423434). Required for mushroom body neuroblast proliferation and axon growth (PubMed:15572110). Plays a role in the positive regulation of protein secretion (PubMed:20026655). Plays a role in the regulation of nuclear localization of actin (PubMed:22323606). Required for the maintenance of epithelial integrity by controlling cell junctions and is also necessary for cell survival and tissue growth through regulation of JNK and yki signaling (PubMed:27041568). UniProt
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