Gene:  SCAMP4, Human

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Secretory carrier membrane proteins (SCAMPs) are widely distributed integral membrane proteins implicated in membrane trafficking. Most SCAMPs (e.g. SCAMP1; MIM 606911) have N-terminal cytoplasmic NPF (arg-pro-phe) repeats 4 central transmembrane regions and a short C-terminal cytoplasmic tail. These SCAMPs likely have a role in endocytosis that is mediated by their NPF repeats. Other SCAMPs such as SCAMP4 lack the NPF repeats and are therefore unlikely to function in endocytosis (summary by Fernandez-Chacon and Sudhof 2000 [PubMed 11050114]).[supplied by OMIM Feb 2011]

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