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The protein encoded by MACF1 belongs to the plakin family of cytoskeletal linker proteins. Additionally we are shipping MACF1 Antibodies (18) and MACF1 Kits (3) and many more products for this protein.
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We propose that Macf1a does not function via its canonical mechanism of linking two cytoskeletal systems together in dissociating the Bb. Instead our results suggest that Macf1a functions by linking one cytoskeletal system, cortical actin, to another structure, the Bb, where Macf1a is localized.
Macf1 regulates the balbiani body and the polarity of oocyte.
Study summarized the physiological role of MACF1 as well as its pathological one in various cancers. MACF1 comprises different isoforms, and is broadly expressed in brain, spinal cord, lung, kidney, heart, bone and skeletal muscles tissues. It plays a crucial role in cell proliferation, migration and cell signaling, and is also closely associated with many cancer.
in mammalian intestinal epithelial cells, the spectraplakin ACF7 (also known as MACF1) specifically binds to CAMSAP3 and is required for the apical localization of CAMSAP3-decorated microtubule minus ends.
ACF7, a member of the spectraplakin family of cytoskeletal crosslinking proteins, interacts with Nezha (also called CAMSAP3) at the minus ends of noncentrosomal microtubules and anchors them to actin filaments.
the present study represents the first investigation on the functional role of MACF1 in tumor cell biology, as well as demonstrates its potential as a unique biomarker that can be targeted synergistically with TMZ as part of a combinatorial therapeutic approach for the treatment of genetically multifarious glioblastomas
Duplication in the microtubule-actin cross-linking factor 1 gene causes neuromuscular diseases.
uncovered a role for ELMO in the recruitment of ACF7 to the membrane to promote microtubule capture and stability
ACF7 targeting to the plasma membrane is both required and sufficient for microtubule capture downstream of ErbB2 (show ERBB2 Proteins).
p230, through its interaction with MACF1, provides the molecular link for transport of GPI (show GNPDA1 Proteins)-anchored proteins along the microtubule and actin cytoskeleton from the TGN (show TG Proteins) to the cell periphery.
These findings demonstrate a novel role for MACF1 in neurite differentiation that is critical to the creation of neuronal connectivity in the developing brain.
Knockdown of MACF1 in osteoblastic cells inhibits osteoblast differentiation through suppressing the beta-catenin (show CTNNB1 Proteins)/TCF1 (show HNF1A Proteins)-Runx2 (show RUNX2 Proteins) axis.
a disruption of trafficking across microtubles to actin filaments underlies the ciliogenesis defect in cells lacking MACF1.
Cell counting revealed significant decrease of cell proliferation and cell cycle analysis showed an S phase cell cycle arrest in MACF1-knockdown cells.
Data show that microtubule actin crosslinking factor 1 (MACF1) determines neuronal positioning by regulating microtubule dynamics and mediating glycogen synthase kinase 3 (show GSK3a Proteins) (GSK-3) signaling during brain development.
data identify for the first time, a role for MACF1 in cardiomyocyte microtubule distribution and in adaptation to hemodynamic overload
Studied ACF7 and paracellular permeability, by conditional knock out of ACF7 in the intestinal mucosa of mice. Findings indicated that ACF7 deficiency resulted in significant interstitial proliferation and columnar epithelial cell rearrangement.
ACF7 is a linker protein (show LAT Proteins) that helps to shape the cytoskeleton of the hair cell during early hair-bundle genesis.
Study identified a link between GSK3beta and ACF7 and further reveal the in vivo relevance of this connection in polarized locomotion of skin stem cells upon injury.
Our data suggest a critical role for MACF1 in neuronal migration that is dependent on its ability to interact with both microfilaments and microtubules.
The protein encoded by this gene belongs to the plakin family of cytoskeletal linker proteins. This protein family forms bridges between different cytoskeletal elements through specialized modular domains. The encoded protein is one of the largest size proteins identified in human cytoskeletal proteins. It has functional actin and microtubule binding domains, and it appears to stabilize actin at sites where microtubules and microfilaments meet. It may function in microtubule dynamics to facilitate actin-microtubule interactions at the cell periphery and to couple the microtubule network to cellular junctions. Alternatively spliced transcript variants encoding distinct isoforms have been described.
microtubule-actin crosslinking factor 1
, microfilament and actin filament cross-linker protein
, actin-crosslinking protein
, microtubule-actin cross-linking factor 1, isoforms 1/2/3/5
, Microtubule-actin cross-linking factor 1-like
, microtubule-actin cross-linking factor 1, isoforms 1/2/3/5-like
, 620 kDa actin binding protein
, actin cross-linking family protein 7
, macrophin 1
, microtubule-actin cross-linking factor 1
, actin cross-linking family 7
, actin-crosslinking protein 7
, trabeculin alpha