TBC1 domain family member 23 - Q9NUY8 (TBC23_HUMAN)


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Putative Rab GTPase-activating protein which plays a role in vesicular trafficking (PubMed:28823707). Involved in endosome-to-Golgi trafficking. Acts as a bridging protein by binding simultaneously to golgins, including GOLGA1 and GOLGA4, located at the trans-Golgi, and to the WASH complex, located on endosome-derived vesicles (PubMed:29084197, PubMed:29426865). Together with WDR11 complex facilitates the golgin-mediated capture of vesicles generated using AP-1 (PubMed:29426865). Plays a role in brain development, including in cortical neuron positioning (By similarity). May also be important for neurite outgrowth, possibly through its involvement in membrane trafficking and cargo delivery, 2 processes that are essential for axonal and dendritic growth (By similarity). May act as a general inhibitor of innate immunity signaling, strongly inhibiting multiple TLR and dectin/CLEC7A-signaling pathways. Does not alter initial activation events, but instead affects maintenance of inflammatory gene expression several hours after bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) challenge. UniProt
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Directly interacts with GOLGA1 and GOLGA4 (PubMed:29084197). Interacts with FAM91A1, C17ORF75 and WDR11; the interaction recruits TBC1D23 to AP-1-derived vesicles (PubMed:29084197, PubMed:29426865). Directly interacts with WASHC1 and WASHC2A/FAM21A (PubMed:29084197). Interacts with FKBP15 (PubMed:29084197). UniProt
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