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The protein encoded by NUTF2 is a cytosolic factor that facilitates protein transport into the nucleus. Additionally we are shipping Nuclear Transport Factor 2 Proteins (23) and many more products for this protein.
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Binding of Ran to NTF2 is required for NTF2 to inhibit nuclear expansion and import of large cargo molecules.
Nucleocytoplasmic translocation of NTF2 is regulated in mammalian cells.
Data suggest actin accumulation in senescent cells is due to the failure of RanGTP restoration with ATP deficiency and NTF2 accumulation, resulting in decreased actin export via Exp6 (show XPO6 Antibodies) inactivation.
A nuclear pore binding site was studied on a mutated NTF2 protein.
Results report that NTF2 and Ran control nuclear import of the filamentous actin capping protein (show TMOD4 Antibodies) CapG (show NCAPG Antibodies).
NTF2 is a potential mediator of retinal vasculature integrity.
Nuclear import rates correlated with nuclear size, and varying the concentrations of two transport factors, importin alpha (show KPNA4 Antibodies) and Ntf2, was sufficient to account for nuclear scaling between the two species, X. laevis and X. tropicalis.
The protein encoded by this gene is a cytosolic factor that facilitates protein transport into the nucleus. It interacts with the nuclear pore complex glycoprotein p62. This encoded protein acts at a relative late stage of nuclear protein import, subsequent to the initial docking of nuclear import ligand at the nuclear envelope. It is thought to be part of a multicomponent system of cytosolic factors that assemble at the pore complex during nuclear import.
nuclear transport factor 2
, placental protein 15