MICAL-like protein 1 - Q8N3F8 (MILK1_HUMAN)

 

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  • Number of PDB entries for Q8N3F8: 1
 
Function
Probable lipid-binding protein with higher affinity for phosphatidic acid, a lipid enriched in recycling endosome membranes. On endosome membranes, may act as a downstream effector of Rab proteins recruiting cytosolic proteins to regulate membrane tubulation. May be involved in a late step of receptor-mediated endocytosis regulating for instance endocytosed-EGF receptor trafficking. Alternatively, may regulate slow endocytic recycling of endocytosed proteins back to the plasma membrane. May indirectly play a role in neurite outgrowth. UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Homooligomer (Probable). Interacts (via NPF1 motif) with EHD1 (via EH domain); the interaction is direct and probably recruits EHD1 to membranes. Interacts with EHD3 (via EH domain). Interacts with RAB35 (GTP-bound form); the interaction is direct and probably recruits MICALL1 to membranes. Interacts with ACAP2; the interaction is indirect through RAB35. Interacts with RAB8A (GTP-bound form); regulates RAB8A association with recycling endosomes. Interacts with RAB13 (GTP-bound form). Interacts with ARF6 (GTP-bound form). Interacts with PACSIN2 (via the SH3 domain). Interacts with DPYSL2. UniProt
Domain
Probably exists in a closed and an opened conformation due to interaction of the C-terminal RAB-binding domain (RBD) with the N-terminal calponin-homology (CH) domain. The conformational change is regulated by RAB13 and may modulate MICALL1 interactions with functional partners. UniProt
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