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Bicaudal D homolog 2

bicaudal-D protein
mouse homolog binds the dynamitin subunit of dynactin; may play a role in microtubule-based transport [RGD, Feb 2006] (from NCBI)
Top mentioned proteins: BicD, OUT, fibrillin-1, ROD, CAN
Papers on bicaudal-D protein
Systematic functional analysis of Bicaudal-D serine phosphorylation and intragenic suppression of a female sterile allele of BicD.
Suter et al., Bern, Switzerland. In Plos One, 2008
We chose the Drosophila Bicaudal-D protein to estimate the importance of individual phosphorylation events.
Functional domains of the Drosophila bicaudal-D protein.
Steward et al., United States. In Genetics, 2000
The localization of oocyte-specific determinants in the form of mRNAs to the pro-oocyte is essential for the establishment of oocyte identity.
Interactions between coiled-coil proteins: Drosophila lamin Dm0 binds to the bicaudal-D protein.
Aebi et al., Basel, Switzerland. In Eur J Cell Biol, 1999
In a yeast two-hybrid screen we identified an interaction between Drosophila lamin Dm0, a structural nuclear protein, and BICD, a protein involved in oocyte development.
Requirement for phosphorylation and localization of the Bicaudal-D protein in Drosophila oocyte differentiation.
Steward et al., Princeton, United States. In Cell, 1991
In the Drosophila female the product of the germline stem cell, the cystoblast, gives rise to 16 interconnected cystocytes.
Structure of the Drosophila BicaudalD protein and its role in localizing the the posterior determinant nanos.
Struhl et al., New York City, United States. In Cell, 1990
Mutations in the BicaudalD (BicD) gene lead to a global reorganization of the Drosophila body pattern such that the head, thoracic, and anterior abdominal segments are replaced by posterior abdominal segments and terminalia.
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