Lethal giant larvae (Lgl)-like, C-terminal domain (IPR013905)

Short name: Lgl_C_dom

Domain relationships



The Lethal giant larvae (Lgl) tumour suppressor protein is conserved from yeast to mammals. The Lgl protein functions in cell polarity, at least in part, by regulating SNARE-mediated membrane delivery events at the cell surface [PMID: 15964280]. The N-terminal half of Lgl members contains WD40 repeats (see IPR001680), while the C-terminal half appears specific to the protein [PMID: 15964280].

Contributing signatures

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