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Receptor tyrosine phosphatase-dependent cytoskeletal remodeling by the hedgehog-responsive gene MIM/BEG4.

Gonzalez-Quevedo R, Shoffer M, Horng L, Oro AE.

J Cell Biol. 2005 Jan 31;168(3):453-63.

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MIM/BEG4, a Sonic hedgehog-responsive gene that potentiates Gli-dependent transcription.

Callahan CA, Ofstad T, Horng L, Wang JK, Zhen HH, Coulombe PA, Oro AE.

Genes Dev. 2004 Nov 15;18(22):2724-9.

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Murine missing in metastasis (MIM) mediates cell polarity and regulates the motility response to growth factors.

Yu D, Zhan XH, Niu S, Mikhailenko I, Strickland DK, Zhu J, Cao M, Zhan X.

PLoS One. 2011;6(6):e20845. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020845. Epub 2011 Jun 9.

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Differential regulation of cortactin and N-WASP-mediated actin polymerization by missing in metastasis (MIM) protein.

Lin J, Liu J, Wang Y, Zhu J, Zhou K, Smith N, Zhan X.

Oncogene. 2005 Mar 17;24(12):2059-66.

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Missing-in-metastasis MIM/MTSS1 promotes actin assembly at intercellular junctions and is required for integrity of kidney epithelia.

Saarikangas J, Mattila PK, Varjosalo M, Bovellan M, Hakanen J, Calzada-Wack J, Tost M, Jennen L, Rathkolb B, Hans W, Horsch M, Hyvönen ME, Perälä N, Fuchs H, Gailus-Durner V, Esposito I, Wolf E, de Angelis MH, Frilander MJ, Savilahti H, Sariola H, Sainio K, Lehtonen S, Taipale J, Salminen M, Lappalainen P.

J Cell Sci. 2011 Apr 15;124(Pt 8):1245-55. doi: 10.1242/jcs.082610. Epub 2011 Mar 15.

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Involvement of Rac in actin cytoskeleton rearrangements induced by MIM-B.

Bompard G, Sharp SJ, Freiss G, Machesky LM.

J Cell Sci. 2005 Nov 15;118(Pt 22):5393-403.

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A novel actin bundling/filopodium-forming domain conserved in insulin receptor tyrosine kinase substrate p53 and missing in metastasis protein.

Yamagishi A, Masuda M, Ohki T, Onishi H, Mochizuki N.

J Biol Chem. 2004 Apr 9;279(15):14929-36. Epub 2004 Jan 29.

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Mouse MIM, a tissue-specific regulator of cytoskeletal dynamics, interacts with ATP-actin monomers through its C-terminal WH2 domain.

Mattila PK, Salminen M, Yamashiro T, Lappalainen P.

J Biol Chem. 2003 Mar 7;278(10):8452-9. Epub 2002 Dec 13.

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Targeting protein phosphatase 1 (PP1) to the actin cytoskeleton: the neurabin I/PP1 complex regulates cell morphology.

Oliver CJ, Terry-Lorenzo RT, Elliott E, Bloomer WA, Li S, Brautigan DL, Colbran RJ, Shenolikar S.

Mol Cell Biol. 2002 Jul;22(13):4690-701.

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MIM and cortactin antagonism regulates ciliogenesis and hedgehog signaling.

Bershteyn M, Atwood SX, Woo WM, Li M, Oro AE.

Dev Cell. 2010 Aug 17;19(2):270-83. doi: 10.1016/j.devcel.2010.07.009.

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Missing-in-metastasis and IRSp53 deform PI(4,5)P2-rich membranes by an inverse BAR domain-like mechanism.

Mattila PK, Pykäläinen A, Saarikangas J, Paavilainen VO, Vihinen H, Jokitalo E, Lappalainen P.

J Cell Biol. 2007 Mar 26;176(7):953-64. Epub 2007 Mar 19.

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Receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase PTPmu associates with cadherins and catenins in vivo.

Brady-Kalnay SM, Rimm DL, Tonks NK.

J Cell Biol. 1995 Aug;130(4):977-86.

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Characterization of a novel GTPase-activating protein associated with focal adhesions and the actin cytoskeleton.

Lavelin I, Geiger B.

J Biol Chem. 2005 Feb 25;280(8):7178-85. Epub 2004 Dec 20.

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PSTPIP is a substrate of PTP-PEST and serves as a scaffold guiding PTP-PEST toward a specific dephosphorylation of WASP.

Côté JF, Chung PL, Théberge JF, Hallé M, Spencer S, Lasky LA, Tremblay ML.

J Biol Chem. 2002 Jan 25;277(4):2973-86. Epub 2001 Nov 15.

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