Apoptotic linked-gene-product 2 (ALG-2) interacting protein X (ALIX) is a conserved adaptor protein which is ubiquitously expressed. Alix was originally reported to play a role in apoptosis but has recently been shown to be involved in other cellular mechanisms including endosomal sorting, endocytosis, viral budding and actin cytoskeleton assembly.
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Protein Aliases: ALG-2 interacting protein 1; ALG-2 interacting protein X; ALG-2-interacting protein 1; ALG-2-interacting protein X; Alg2-interacting protein 1; Alg2-interacting protein X; apoptosis-linked gene 2-interacting protein X; dopamine receptor interacting protein 4; E2F1-inducible protein; Eig2; Hp95; MGC17003; PDCD6-interacting protein; Programmed cell death 6-interacting protein
Gene Aliases: AI480591; AIP1; ALIX; AW544830; C76364; DRIP4; Eig2; HP95; KIAA1375; mKIAA1375; PDCD6IP; RGD1561176