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Information on EC 5.6.1.3 - plus-end-directed kinesin ATPase

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Microtubular motor protein, involved in organelle movement, in mitosis and meiosis. In contrast to dynein, it moves along microtubules towards the plus end. Composed of two heavy (alpha) chains (110 kDa) and two or more light (beta) chains (65-75 kDa). Also hydrolyses GTP.
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  • 5.6.1.3
  • microtubule
  • spindle
  • dynein
  • cargo
  • mitosis
  • anterograde
  • myosin
  • tubulin
  • microtubule-based
  • cilia
  • copper
  • actin
  • pole
  • wilson
  • bipolar
  • glide
  • centrosome
  • retrograde
  • anaphase
  • interphase
  • cytokinesis
  • kinetochore
  • gliding
  • intraflagellar
  • plus-ends
  • single-molecule
  • moving
  • metaphase
  • coiled-coil
  • microtubule-associated
  • microtubule-dependent
  • mechanochemical
  • depolymerization
  • depolymerase
  • actin-based
  • non-motor
  • prometaphase
  • force-generating
  • medicine
  • pharmacology
  • menkes
  • midbody
  • ciliogenesis
  • aurora
  • copper-transporting
  • midzone
  • axoneme
  • dynactin
  • p-type
  • monopolar
  • microtubule-binding
  • amp-pnp
The enzyme appears in viruses and cellular organisms
Synonyms
At KIN14h, BC12, Brittle Culm12, CAK/KCM1, CELF56E3, conventional kinesin, DdUnc104, depolymerizing kinesin MCAK, Eg5, Eg5 kinesin, more
REACTION
REACTION DIAGRAM
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ORGANISM
UNIPROT
LITERATURE
ATP + H2O + a kinesin associated with a microtubule at position n = ADP + phosphate a kinesin associated with a microtubule at position n+1 (toward the plus end)
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