This family includes a presumed domain found in a number of components of vesicular transport. The VFT tethering complex (also known as GARP complex, Golgi associated retrograde protein complex, Vps53 tethering complex) is a conserved eukaryotic docking complex which is involved recycling of proteins from endosomes to the late Golgi. Vps51 (also known as Vps67) is a subunit of VFT and interacts with the SNARE Tlg1. Cog1_N is the N-terminus of the Cog1 subunit of the eight-unit Conserved Oligomeric Golgi (COG) complex that participates in retrograde vesicular transport and is required to maintain normal Golgi structure and function. The subunits are located in two lobes and Cog1 serves to bind the two lobes together probably via the highly conserved N-terminal domain of approximately 85 residues.