SCYL3 encodes a protein with a kinase domain and four HEAT repeats which interact with the C-terminal domain of ezrin, an ERM protein which play a role in cell adhesion and migration (1). C-terminal domain of SCYL3 interacts with the C-terminal alpha-helical domain of ezrin. Biochemical assays indicate that SCYL3 had associated rather than intrinsic protein kinase activity. SCYL3 is associated with the cytoplasmic face of the Golgi apparatus. This distribution is dependent upon the presence of the SCYL3 N-terminal myristoylation consensus sequence but is not dependent on an association with ezrin. SCYL3 is highly expressed in breast carcinoma cells and adult colon.
PACE-1; PACE1; RP1-97P20.2
1. Sullivan, A. et.al: PACE-1, a novel protein that interacts with the C-terminal domain of ezrin. Exp. Cell Res. 284: 224-238, 2003.
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