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The kinesin KIF16B mediates apical transcytosis of transferrin receptor in AP-1B-deficient epithelia.
The tubule formations were dependent on microtubule interactions, and specifically controlled by Kif16b and dynein 1.
genome-wide significance in genes involved in synaptic signaling (KIF16B; p = 1.27E-08) and neurodevelopment (PAX5; p = 3.58E-08).
KIF16B, a kinesin-3, transports early endosomes to the plus end of microtubules in a process regulated by the small GTPase Rab5 and its effector.
the stalk domain of kinesin superfamily protein 16B determines the specific somatodendritic localization of Endosomes mediated by a novel intramolecular inhibitory mechanism.
The kinesin-3 motor KIF16B/Rab14 complex acts in biosynthetic Golgi-to-endosome traffic of the fibroblast growth factor receptor (FGFR) during early embryonic development.
The most salient structural feature of KIF16B-PX is that two neighboring residues, L1248 and F1249, on the membrane-binding surface form a protruding hydrophobic stalk with a large solvent-accessible surface area
The protein encoded by this gene is a kinesin-like protein that may be involved in intracellular trafficking. Three transcript variants encoding different isoforms have been found for this gene.
chromosome 20 open reading frame 23
, kinesin family member 16B
, kinesin-like motor protein C20orf23
, inserted sequence in spleen necrosis virus vector provirus clone
, kinesin-like protein KIF16B
, chromosome 20 open reading frame 23-like
, kinesin-like protein KIF16B-like
, kinesin motor protein
, sorting nexin 23
, N-3 kinesin
, kinesin 16B