LE WE PMID CA
BAR protein domain4602BAR Proteindomaene

Amphiphysin

ANTH protein domain

APPL1

APPL2

Arfaptin2

ATG5

ATG6 Beclin1

ATG9

Autophagy

BAR protein domain

Bif1 SH3GLB1 Endophilin B

Biomembranes (BASKET)

C1 protein domain

C2 protein domain

Cell migration

Endosom

ENTH protein domain

FERM protein domain

FYVE protein domain

LC3

Lipid binding proteins

Oligophrenin

PDZ protein domain

PH protein domain

PX protein domain

Retromer protein complex

SNX1

SNX2

SNX5

SNX6

Sorting nexin

Tubby protein domain

UVRAG

Vps26

Vps29

Vps34

Vps35

2006  
1
The BAR domain proteins: molding membranes in fission, fusion, and phagy.
[16524918] Microbiol Mol Biol Rev 70(1): 37-120 (2006)
2006  
2
2010  
3
BAR domain competition during directional cellular migration.
[20581461] Cell Cycle 9(13): 2522-8 (2010)
2009  
4
Bif-1/endophilin B1: a candidate for crescent driving force in autophagy.
[19265852] Cell Death Differ 16(7): 947-55 (2009)
2008  
5
F-BAR domains: multifunctional regulators of membrane curvature.
[18525024] J Cell Sci 121(Pt 12): 1951-4 (2008)
2009  
6
Lipid binding domains: more than simple lipid effectors.
[19008549] J Lipid Res 50 Suppl(-): S299-304 (2009)
2008  
7
2004  
8
The BAR-domain family of proteins: a case of bending and binding?
[14993925] EMBO Rep 5(3): 250-5 (2004)
2010  
9
Phosphoinositide-binding interface proteins involved in shaping cell membranes.
[20467216] Proc Jpn Acad Ser B Phys Biol Sci 86(5): 509-23 (2010)

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