Ypt/Rab GTPases are key regulators of vesicular transport in eukaryotic cells. During the past two years, a number of new Ypt/Rab-interacting proteins have been identified and shown to serve as either upstream regulators or downstream effectors. Proteins that interact with these regulators and effectors of Ypt/Rabs have also been identified, and together they provide new insights into Ypt/Rab mechanisms of action. The picture that emerges from these studies suggests that Ypt/Rabs function in multiple and diverse aspects of vesicular transport. In addition, not only are Ypt/Rabs highly conserved, but their functions and interactions are as well. Interestingly, crosstalk among Ypt/Rabs and between Ypt/Rabs and other signaling factors, suggest the possibility of coordination of the individual vesicular transport steps and of the protein transport machinery with other cellular processes.
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