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. KIF20A/RAB6KIFL plays a role in transport within the golgi via interaction with Rab6 small GTPase as well as in mitosis and cytokinesis where it localizes to the spindle in anaphase and cleavage furrow and midbody in telophase.
Alternative names for
RAB6KIFL/KIF20A Antibody include GG10_2 antibody,
Kinesin-like protein KIF20A antibody,
Mitotic kinesin-like protein 2 antibody,
Rab6-interacting kinesin-like protein antibody,
kinesin family member 20A antibody,
kinesin-like protein KIF20A antibody,
mitotic kinesin-like protein 2 antibody,
rab6-interacting kinesin-like protein antibody,
RAB6 interacting, kinesin-likerabkinesin6) antibody.