The protein KifC1 is a member of kinesin-14 family. KifC1 consists of C-terminal motor domain, superhelical stalk and N-terminal tail domain. Tail and motor domains contain microtubule-binding sites. This kinesin moves towards the minus-end of microtubule and has an ability to slide or crosslink microtubules. KifC1 functions during mitotic spindle formation.
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