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Snapin Interacts with the Exo70 Subunit of the Exocyst and Modulates GLUT4 Trafficking
Journal of Biological Chemistry
The exocyst is a multisubunit complex that has been implicated in the transport of vesicles from the Golgi complex to the plasma membrane, possibly acting as a vesicle tether and contributing to the specificity of membrane fusion. Here we characterize a novel interaction between the Exo70 subunit of the exocyst and Snapin, a ubiquitous protein known to associate with at least two t-SNAREs, SNAP23 and SNAP25. The interaction between Exo70 and Snapin is mediated via an N-terminal coil-coil domaindoi:10.1074/jbc.m706873200 pmid:17947242 fatcat:vk7vbmcamfeytmeej2aboldjte