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KIF11

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Gene Music using Protein Sequence of KIF11 "KINESIN FAMILY MEMBER 11"

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KIF11 - An Overview

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Gene Music using Protein Sequence of KIF17 "KINESIN FAMILY MEMBER 17"

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How is motor transport regulated? Discovery of a new kinesin-family... by Steven Gross

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Gene Music using Protein Sequence of KIFC1 "KINESIN FAMILY MEMBER C1"

Kinesin-5 is a molecular motor protein that is essential in mitosis. Kinesin-5 proteins are members of kinesin superfamily, which are nanomotors that move along microtubule tracks in the cell. Named from studies in the early days of discovery, it is also known as kinesin family member 11, encoded by the KIF11 gene, or as BimC, Eg5 or N-2, based on the founding members of this kinesin family. The term kinesin-5 has been recommended based on a standardized nomenclature adopted by the scientific community.
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  • Function in mitosis 

  • Function in neurons 

  • Functional regulation 

  • Molecular mechanism 

  • Pharmacological inhibitors