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KAZ encodes a protein that plays a role in desmosome assembly, cell adhesion, cytoskeletal organization, and epidermal differentiation. Additionally we are shipping Kazrin Proteins (5) and many more products for this protein.
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exons 5-15 of kazrin, encoding the nuclear localization signal and C-terminal domain, are not required for epidermal development and function
kazrinE is a kazrin isoform with a liprin (show PPFIA1 Antibodies)-homology domain(LHD), and associates with stabilised microtubules via its LHD. Overexpressed kazrinE in epidermal keratinocytes induces changes in cell shape and stimulates terminal differentiation.
Kazrin colocalizes with periplakin (show PPL Antibodies) and desmoplakin (show DSP Antibodies) at desmosomes and with periplakin (show PPL Antibodies) at the interdesmosomal plasma membrane, but its subcellular distribution is independent of periplakin (show PPL Antibodies) [kazrin]
kazrin is a dual regulator of intercellular adhesion and differentiation in keratinocytes and regulates these processes by Rho-dependent and -independent mechanisms
These results suggested that Kazrin F might play an important role in regulating cellular apoptosis by interacting with ARC (show NOL3 Antibodies) and Bax (show BAX Antibodies).
This gene encodes a protein that plays a role in desmosome assembly, cell adhesion, cytoskeletal organization, and epidermal differentiation. This protein co-localizes with desmoplakin and the cytolinker protein periplakin. In general, this protein localizes to the nucleus, desmosomes, cell membrane, and cortical actin-based structures. Some isoforms of this protein also associate with microtubules. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants encoding distinct isoforms. Additional splice variants have been described but their biological validity has not been verified.