May have a regulatory bifunctional role.
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CAP1: an actin binding protein. Directly regulates filament dynamics and has been implicated in a number of complex developmental and morphological processes, including mRNA localization and the establishment of cell polarity.
Protein type: Actin-binding; Cytoskeletal
Cellular Component: cortical actin cytoskeleton; cytoplasm; focal adhesion
Molecular Function: actin binding; adenylate cyclase binding
Biological Process: actin cytoskeleton organization and biogenesis; actin polymerization and/or depolymerization; ameboidal cell migration; cell morphogenesis; establishment and/or maintenance of cell polarity; receptor-mediated endocytosis; regulation of adenylate cyclase activity; signal transduction
CAP2: a cyclase-associated protein. CAPs are evolutionarily conserved proteins with roles in regulating the actin cytoskeleton and in signal transduction. CAP2 is expressed mainly in brain, heart and skeletal muscle, and skin. It is found in the nucleus in undifferentiated myoblasts and at the M-line of differentiated myotubes. Up-regulated in human cancers. May play a role in multistage hepatocarcinogenesis.
Protein type: Actin-binding
Chromosomal Location of Human Ortholog: 6p22.3
Cellular Component: cortical actin cytoskeleton
Molecular Function: actin binding; adenylate cyclase binding; identical protein binding; protein binding
Biological Process: actin polymerization and/or depolymerization; adenylate cyclase activation; cell morphogenesis; establishment and/or maintenance of cell polarity; signal transduction
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