DRF autoregulatory (IPR010465)

Short name: Drf_DAD

Overlapping homologous superfamilies

Domain relationships


This domain is found in Diaphanous-related formins (Drfs). It binds the N-terminal GTPase-binding domain; this link is broken when GTP-bound Rho binds to the GBD and activates the protein. The addition of diaphanous activating domains (DAD) to mammalian cells induces actin filament formation, stabilises microtubules, and activates serum-response mediated transcription [PMID: 12676083].

Contributing signatures

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