The kinesin superfamily of proteins consists of over forty KIF motor proteins that function in intracellular transport along microtubules. Kinesin activity has been linked to various cellular functions such as vesicle transport, mitotic spindle formation, chromosome segregation, chromosome congression, and cytokinesis. Structurally, all kinesins contain a motor domain with microtubule and nucleotide binding sites that utilize ATP to target cargo along microtubule filaments. KIFC1 has been demonstrated to be involved in the localization of PLK1, Aurora B, and Cdc14A to the central spindle during anaphase.
Alternative names for
MKLP2/KIFC1 Antibody include
kinesin-like 2 antibody,
Kinesin-like protein 2 antibody,
Kinesin-related protein H
kinesin family member C1 antibody,
kinesin-like protein 2 antibody,
kinesin-related protein HSET antibody.